Oddball WCS map issue !? help please

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Nov 27th, 2009


have tried to create a perimeter on WCS map editor as a test to keep some of the assets from appearing way off the map. It made no real difference. Problem is to remove the perimeter I selected new perimeter (which erases last perimeter) and saved with no new perimeter hence going back to standard (or at least this was the only way i could see to do it)

Now, the maps are done within a "building" as 3 floors. Even though I only chose to edit the top floor when I try to find ANY ward level out I get:

[ServletException in:/pages/monitor/map/buildingView.jsp] Cannot find bean Floors in any scope'

Seems to be a java error?

So Now I cannot find any maps or Access Points on maps either L

Will stopping and starting the WCS database kick this process back into life? 

I have already stopped and started jave.exe on the server to no success. I have tried locally browsingon the server to no success and various pc`s and get the same message.

I use a asset tracking piece of software from aeroscout that relies on the ap posistions from WCS and it is still working ? so in the background the information for maps and ap`s locations are still there, i would normally stop and start WCS but this may upset my aeroscout software.

any ideas ? I REALLY dont want to have to replace 350 AP`s on a map again it took days and i need to be running by next week.

my version is:

Wireless Control System Version

I have this problem too.
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Lucien Avramov Fri, 11/27/2009 - 18:16

1. Stop WCS services

2. Make a backup of your DB

3. Start WCS services

See if problem has been fixed.

If the issue is still the same, upgrade to WCS 5.2 latest version, that should fix your problem.


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