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The installed BOE CMS is again Windows 2003 Server Enterprise Edition, and the BOE Web Component Adapter .NET is installed on another (clustered) Windows 2003 Server Enterprise Edition with load balancing. All links work fine in CMC and Infoview, except for the following
But all these people work fine on a normal server; H. Second web hosting server and the like. Every time we click on the above applications (like any admin) we get the errorHTTP 404 “Web page not found.” But in general, this works on Online Server 2. The environment is running on a firewall, only the meshes requested for BO applications are released, and all others are permanently blocked.
u201C2009-02-03 01:19:33 W3SVC1132669120 10.215.11.128 GET /businessobjects/enterprise115/admin/en/CrystalEnterprise.CMC/admin.csp server = & service = APSAdmin & page = webapps & cmd = app & an = CrystalEnterprise.CMC.10 .10.128 Mozilla / 4.0 (compatible; MSIE6.0; WindowsNT5.2; SV1; .NETCLR1.1.4322; .NETCLR2.0.50727; .NETCLR3.0.04506.648; .NETCLR3.5.21022) 404 8 2u201D +
u201C2009-02-03 01:19:46 W3SVC1132669120 10.215.11.128 GET /businessobjects/enterprise115/admin/en/CrystalEnterprise.AdHoc/admin.csp server = & service = APSAdmin & page = webapps & cmd = app & an = CrystalEnterprise – 10.AdHoc .10.128 Mozilla / 4.0 (compatible; MSIE6.0; WindowsNT5.2; SV1; .NETCLR1.1.4322; .NETCLR2.0.50727; .NETCLR3.0.04506.648; .NETCLR3.5.21022) 404 0 2u201D +
u201C2009-02-03 01:19:52 W3SVC1132669120 10.215.11.128 GET /businessobjects/enterprise115/admin/en/CrystalEnterprise.InfoView/admin.csp server = & service = APSAdmin & page = webapps & cmd = app & an = CrystalEnterprise.InfoView 88 – 10.10.10.128 Mozilla / 4.0 (compatible; MSIE6.0; WindowsNT5.2; SV1; .NETCLR1.1.4322; .NETCLR2.0.50727; .NETCLR3.0.04506.648; .NETCLR3.5.21022) 404 0 2u201C +
We are in the process of implementing Crystal Reports 2011 with Crystal Server: SAP BusinessObjects 14.1.0 [on Windows 2008 Internet 6.1]. I have a test report, pokCalling that the native connection to Oracle is working. The app works fine on my PC. I copied / uploaded it to the Crystal Server using the Central Management Console [CMC]. When I try to launch it from the CMC by right-clicking Run, I get the error: Error in ~ tmp23e07ae71262840.rpt file: Failed to connect: Error with protocol problems.
I have tried the following places in setting up a data source for our own test report – using the fully qualified database name [tnsnames], the brand and password of the currently logged in user.
What is the virtual directory for SAP Crystal report?
The home directory and base image path are unique for each type of SAP Crystal Reports; Until now, later versions of SAP Crystal Reports have worked on the same computer without any conflicts. These are virtual web directory settings for the .NET Framework 4.x.
[x] Use the credentials of the report source directory.
[x] Use a custom database connection exactly specified here.
I even tried setting [When viewing or scheduling a report] to [Prompt operator to connect to database], but I have no way of getting prompted when I run the report.
I’m sure I can tell the server is not configured correctly, although I don’t know where to start. Of course, I am not allowed to make any changes to the server, so I must haveshow the administrator of the computer on the Internet in the right direction.
I’m wondering if there are any quick ways to check the relationship with the database from the server [Crystal Server is often referred to as BusinessObjects through a central management console, also called another interface.
I appreciate any resources that can be helpful in solving this problem.
Edited by statey603 September 23, 2013 5:33 AM
Deployment of Crystal Reports 2011 with Crystal Server: SAP BusinessObjects 14.1.0 [hosted on Windows 2008 6.1] completed. I have a test report to establish my own connection to Oracle. The instruction works fine on my PC. I copied / uploaded it to the Crystal Server using the Central Management Console [CMC]. When I try to execute a job from the CMC by right clicking Run Now, I get the correct error: Error in ~ tmp23e07ae71262840.rpt file: Unable to connect: Incorrect policy protocol.
I have tried the following places when setting up a data source for a test report – using the most efficient database name Tnsnames], login [by user ID and password.
I even notice [If the report has been viewed and scheduled] on the path to [Prompt user to connect to database], but I never get prompted when I run the report.
I’m pretty sure, no doubt, that the server isn’t optimized properly, but not where it is likely to start. Of course, I don’t really feel empowered to make changes to the internet, so I have to point the server admin in the right direction.
I was wondering if there is a quick way to read database connections from [Crystal Server, also known as BusinessObjects Central, through the Mgmt console or some other interface.
I know all the information that may be useful in solving this problem. Author
Modified by Statusy603 – September 23, 2013 5:33 AM
I also had this difficult job.
Since I need a report to view a specific log throughout the whole
, I had to connect to the storage system using this connection, then runreport, save it
and then broadcast I’m not sure if you need an admin console
(we have an admin console and a user console)
to add these passwords to log in to history, but if you have them you are, you should be on the Processes tab at >>
I don’t know if I understand your personal contribution.
The report works fine on my PC. The database, connection help, and tips are saved with the report. When I try to “start now” from the central control console, it always fails due to the connection issue mentioned above. I tried to customize the login information through the datasource setup, everything works with the combination provided and even got the same error today. I take into account that the server is not in Oracle’s access at the moment, but I’m definitely not sure if there is a way to test validation or the whole central management console, this is the only access I have that can access the server.
What is this Process tab?
I’m not okay, I understand your input.
Polling is working fine on my computer. Database, connection information is recorded in the usage report. When I try to start now from Central Management Console, it fails and identifies a connectivity issue. I tried to increase the credentials using a datasource setup that all use a common combination and still get the same bummer. I think the server can hardly access Oracle and I am not sure if there is really a way to check in the central management console which type is the only server access I have.
Update: I asked the system administrator to install 32-bit Oracle visitor on the BusinessObjects Enterprise server. Now when I select Run Now for the test report, I get a success message. It so happens that the report we are talking about is sent to the database. Hooray. However, indicate that this is not displayed. I may not even know ifWhether it is common or not when a groundbreaking report is done on the CMC. As I hope I already mentioned, this has always been a new implementation, replacing the old reporting software with Crystal. Do you want the server to be able to preview and / or view reports? I guess I thought at first that this function is built into the server
Yes … When I click View Test Report in the CMC, I get exactly this error.
The viewer was unable to edit the event. Latest CMS server HZNHHSVCRSLP: 6400 and Chaos @HZNHHSVCRSLP: 6400 with cache server type and BlockingDocumentConnectionRepository service not found. All of these servers can be disabled or disabled by the administrator. (FWM 01014) [RASLIB9006] [CRSDK00000813]
—- Error [CRWEB00000119]
I code: 0 I appreciate all information, suggestions, situations, horror stories, etc.
Where can I find the print management console?
Click Start, Settings, Applications, and then click Advanced Features. On the Advanced Features page, find Print Management Console in the list. If the database is too long, you can find it using the search bar at the top of the page. Select Print Management Console and click Remove.
Provided by – statey603 – September 25, 2013 08:09
Update: I asked the system administrator to install the 32-bit Oracle client on the BusinessObjects Enterprise server. Now when I select Run Now for a good test report When I run, I get the message “Successful”. It looks like the reporter now wants to help you with the database. Hooray. Note, however, that it does not appear. I really don’t know if it’s okay or not when the report comes from the CMC. As I hope I mentioned earlier, this is a new renderer that replaces the old application specified by Crystal. Should the server choose to be able to preview and / or edit recordings? I guess I originally assumed that this function could be built into the server
Yes … When I click View My Account Test in the CMC, I get a corresponding error message.
I appreciate all the information, suggestions, life experiences, horror stories, etc. that are displayed in connection with the implementation of our Crystal Info implementation.
Edited by statey603 – September 25, 2013 8:09 AM
The viewer couldn’t just handle the event. Unable to view on CMS servers HZNHHSVCRSLP: 6400 and @HZNHHSVCRSLP: 6400 group with cache server type and BlockingDocumentConnectionRepository product. All of these servers can potentially be disabled or disabled by the agent. (FWM 01014) [CRSDK00000813] [raslib9006]
—- Error code: 0 [CRWEB00000119]