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DBWalker run issue

I have just installed and run DBWalker 4.0.63 on Unity 7.0.2 and on the initial run I get 1000s of errors stating:

error in mymyLoadString: Rescource with indentifier 'xxxx' not found

This error repeats 1000s of times before the app screen loads up .. any pointers pls?

Jed

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Re: DBWalker run issue

Hi Jed

This you get an answer for this issue.  I am hitting the same bug.

Thanks

New Member

Re: DBWalker run issue

No luck so far. The error I have is on my newly built Unity7 VM, but it works fine on a new physical Unity server I've built. Not really sure what the difference is.

Can anybody confirm I can happily run dbwalker and COBRAS export on a live Unity server as long as the VM utilisation is not too heavy ... all indications in the docs appear to say this is fine,

Thanks

Jed

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Re: DBWalker run issue

Hi Jed

I am confused by your statement one statement you said it does not work and then you said it works

"The error I have is on my newly built Unity7 VM, but it works fine on a new physical Unity server I've built"

How do you intend to take COBRAS backup without running DBWalker?

Thanks

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Re: DBWalker run issue

I have two Unity boxes I've built, one was a VM based build for me to pilot the work I had to perform and the second is the production build and is on a physical box. dbwalker fails as described on the VM, but works on the physical bo I built .. I've no idea why it's different. I've seen similar issues when Unity is not running so I suppose there's a chance Unity wasn't running when I ran dbwalker on the test VM I built.

As to whether you run dbwalker or not, from what I can see it's optional but strongly recommended to run it so you can clean up your database. I ran it on the source system for my customer to see what issues were in the DB, and opted not to fix the issues.

Jed

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