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TRACEBACK message on starting Exceed

TRACEBACK message on starting Exceed

TRACEBACK message on starting Exceed

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Hi folks,

I'm trying to get the Solaris 8 Raid Manager to start using Exceed 7. It gives me a window, but then the following message appears:
------------------- TRACEBACK -------------------------
Module "X    " Message   1: file "err.c     " line 659
Module "X    " Message   0: file "x.c       " line 180
Module "Event" Message  -1: file "event.c   " line 2624
Module "Err  " Message  -1: file "err.c     " line 2073
-------------------------------------------------------

ERROR           X Windows error: "BadWindow (invalid Window parameter)" Request:
 40.
while           X Windows IO error.

Has anyone seen this before. A little research on the web has yielded little, but hopefully someone here might have seen it before. I should add that Raid Manager was working some weeks ago and I am not aware of any changes in the meantime. That said, I wonder if someone has been tweaking the firewall? I'll do some checking on the latter, just in case. In the meantime, any pointers very welcome.

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