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Repository error codes 53 and 16

Repository error codes 53 and 16

Repository error codes 53 and 16


When I try to open an object´s detail dialog box or whe I try to delete that object I receive the error codes 53 and 16 respectvely. I wont be able of get any info about this error codes (repository error codes). Could anyone tell me anything about them?.

Thanks in advance.

RE: Repository error codes 53 and 16

What details are you opening? The managed object notebook?

I would try looking in the SQL error logs or the NT event logs, there should be some corresponding errors.

If you are trying to open an agent GUI and you get an error it is usually because you do not have the correct GUI's installed on the local admin client.
So, for example if you get this error when opening the NT system agent gui, check in <drive>:\tng\... for a file called browser.caiNt4Os
Sorry, I cannot remember the exact path or file name.

The error you get when deleting an object is probably down to SQL security. Check that the user you use to open the worldview has administrative rights to the SQL DB's

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