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When i click on a icon, i got this message :
CAE0323 - Repository error code 16

What's that mean ?

RE: CAE0323

I get the same problem. I have installed Worldview and CORE on the same box and it works fine. However, I have added a Worldview client on another machine and Ihave pointed it at the original CORE. I get this message. Can anyone help ?

RE: CAE0323

Finally got an answer to this. On the support web site, search on CAE0323. It will bring up a Worldview Windows 2000 FAQ as one of the search results (my problem was encountered on NT, not Windows 2000). This document provides the answer.

Basically the message meansthat a file has not been found - typically found when you install a Worldview client and omit to install the AgentWorks component.

I added Agent Works (and Agent Common Services to my Worldview client) and the problem was resolved. (Don't forget to do an AWSERVICES START or a reboot).

RE: CAE0323

When I said "Agent Works" I meant Agent Views:

Q. When trying to launch nodeview or agentview from the 2D map, I get a CAE0323 Repository Error 22. What does this error mean?

A. The repository error 22 indicates that a file was not found. This is generally caused on a Worldview client machine that does not have the Agent Views installed.

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