Good Afternoon, I recently have a client that installed schemaxt.exe into their server which is part of a 2000 Active Directory structure and now they get an error message when the server shuts down and restarts the message is: _____________________________________________________________________ Event Type: Warning Event Source: SERVER Event Category: None Event ID: 109 Date: 4/23/2003 Time: 7:28:26 PM User: N/A Computer: SERVER Description: The description for Event ID ( 109 ) in Source ( SERVER ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. The following information is part of the event: The system failed to publish or update Navision Attain Database Server Service Connection Point in Active Directory. The system returned the following error: There is no such object on the server. _____________________________________________________________________ This message also occurs when they start the server, I suspect the object didn’t register one of the DLL properly when it was installed but the message doesn’t say which one, has anyone else run into this problem and found a workaround or solution. [8D] Thanks Valin
Valin: Did you get a solution for this? We run MS NAVISION Attain 3.60 on a Windows NT 4.0 server an the same warning occurs. In addition to this we have same othe warnings with the same Event ID: Error 11053 in module 244. e:\Samos\11353\Source\Ide\server\SERVER.C(372) Error 3 in module 244. e:\Samos\11353\Source\Ide\server\SERVER.C(377) There is a logical drive (a RAID 5 system with 3 physical drives) with two partitions (drive letters C and D) but no drive E on this server. Anybody out there who is familiar with this? Regards Alarich
You can read about schemaxt.exe in the “installation and system setup guide” on the product CD. After installing the server You should run schemaxt.exe to get the server published in AD.
I am receiving Error 11053 and error 3 in module 244. in a directory that does not exist. It mostly hapens on the system during the night when no users are loged on. Once the first user Logs on the next day the errors stop appearing. This problem seems to have got worse since Client Control was installed on the workstations, but mostly with no users loged in (makes no sense)!. After a long period of errors no users can login , Navision saying the database is in use. The workaround is a batch file that stops the Navision Service and Restarts it the next morning, Not Ideal !. Does anyone have a more permanent answer to this problem.
What’s Your event source for 11053?