When selecting Transport Settings out of Drop down menu it prompts following error codes: ConfigEditor = DCMA0042 NetConfig = DCMA0042 NetShow = DCMA0042
Transport Settings of Netconfig not changeable.
Saving Settings ends in Error Msg. "DCMA0045: Could not save new settings. Check dcmaclient.log for details." When page refreshes afterwards it prompts for a second error code "DCMA0042: Could not read the settings.Check dcmaclient.log for details."
No Error's on Install. Pagefile was at Installation routine not great enough (manually set to 2042MB - 4092MB) Now set to 4096 both.
Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition x64
it could be that patches were downloaded from Microsoft because it was not deactivated. Java is showing correct version when checking on Command Line with 126.96.36.199 but on Control Settings java updates were enabled automatically and updated to 188.8.131.52. was uninstalled afterwards again and installed 184.108.40.206 again.
Did somebody alread had this problem after the upgrade?
Log setting on Debug and shows java nullpointer exception.
Or if somebody has database schema where is the Transport Settings are stored? Maybe DB reinitialize would help?
Your regdaemon.xml is corrupt. If you have a known good backup of LMS, you will need to restore it to recover this file. Else, you will need to reinstall all of LMS from scratch (and NOT do a restore from backup). It's more than just the protocol order configuration that is damaged. Most of RME will be broken given this file.
thank you for your advice. It's now replaced with one of the pre upgrade versions of the file and this seems to work fine. So it's nw running with a version of 3.1 and not 3.2. Will that cause any problems? VNM is not used actually. That was the first idea what would be a good backup file.
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