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I am receiving a "UBE: Retrieve of UBE file failed. The file may not exist on Enterprise Server."
We have redeployed all the objects and we are still receiving the error message. All the reports are working through OMW, but not in any other environment.

Our JAS/Web servers run Windows Server 2003
Our Logic and Database servers run IBM AIX Unix
We are running EnterpriseOne 8.11 Service Pack 1, Tools Release 8.95_K1

Looking at the logs this is what we found "Failed to create global table specs for F554822 291086/1 MAIN_THREAD" What is interesting here is that none of the Reports touch this table. Also, this table no longer exist. Provided that CNC has kept XREF up to date; nothing is using this Table! Not sure if this will solve the problem at hand but is a problem none the less.

If anyone has seen this error or has any insight please post! Thanks


If you do not get any response here, you might try www.jdelist.com, be sure and post to the Enterprise One board, and not the AS400 World board.


Hi, you can copy files F554822.C and F554822.H from the place where it is working and past them whereever you are getting above ERROR. May this will help you.

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