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Dr Watson error on SIlverStream server

Dr Watson error on SIlverStream server

Dr Watson error on SIlverStream server

(OP)
"Silver App Service 3.5 failed a restart check"
A Dr Watson error re SilverAppServer.exe.
keeps occurring on our Silver Stream server any idea where this comes from and how it can be stopped????

RE: Dr Watson error on SIlverStream server

try silverserver.exe +classic to eliminate the hotspot jit

RE: Dr Watson error on SIlverStream server

(OP)
Thanks for the tip
Apparently our problem is due to a buisness object which is called at each page request begin to check a users security details
Once this has been called between 215-230 times Dr Watson appears
This did not cause us a problem in version 2.5 but started occurrung once we upgraded to 3.5.1
An external consultant we had in reckons that SilverStreams change of JVM from Microsoft to Sun when moving from version 2.5x to 3.x may have played a part.
We have to re engineer our Security code
Thanks again for replying
  

RE: Dr Watson error on SIlverStream server

Does anybody knows how to create a ss service but with the +classic build in.

thnks
Daniel

RE: Dr Watson error on SIlverStream server

To answer Daniel's question, services are stored in the Registry. Go to:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SilverAppServerService3.7

(The last character may be 0 instead of 7 if you have SS 3.1)

The ImagePath value tells Windows what program to use. Try putting the +classic switch at the end of the command line like you would for a regular shortcut, and it should work.

An unrelated service that had a command line switch in this location also had full quotes around the path, and had the switch outside of those quotes.

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