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terjeknappen
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Error using Power Tools, QV User Manager

Hi all

One of our customers have moved the QMS and QDS to a separate server (they had an all-in-one earlier) and I tried to set up the QV User Manager to generate lists with doc cals on spesific documents.

It worked fine on the old server, but on the new the result I get in the output file is this:

An error occurred creating the configuration section handler for system.serviceModel/behaviors: Extension element 'serviceKeyBehavior' cannot be added to this element.  Verify that the extension is registered in the extension collection at system.serviceModel/extensions/behaviorExtensions.

Parameter name: element (D:\Script\QV_User\qv-user-manager.exe.Config line 9)

Have anyone of you seen this before?

I run the qv-user-manager.exe from a cmd-file that looks like this:

D:\Script\QV_User\qv-user-manager.exe --list cal > D:\Excel\CALS.csv

I tried to download the latest version of Power Tools one more time, changed the config-file (with the new servername), but still same error.

It looks like it can connect to the QMS, and that this is due to something else.


The server has .NET 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5.

It is a virtual 64bit server with Server 2008 R2 (servicepack 1).

We are running QlikView 11, sr2.

Thankful for all suggestions on this problem.

regards

Terje

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terjeknappen
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Re: Error using Power Tools, QV User Manager

Hi Michael

I managed to solve the problem!

(many thanks to Rikard Braathen at QlikTech)

The bottom cause was corrupted PGO-files (one or more).

Because of this we had to

- stop the QMC and QVS (and QWS to make Accesspoint unavailable)

  - copy all PGO-files from QlikViewServer folder and document folder to a backupfolder

  - delete the PGO-files.

- Restart the services.

- Allocate doc cal and name cal again.

Hope you figure your problem out.

Regards

Terje

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terjeknappen
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Re: Error using Power Tools, QV User Manager

Anyone..?

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Re: Error using Power Tools, QV User Manager

We do have the same problem on a Windows 2008 R2 64bit System (with .net 4.0.30.319_X64/_X86).

I tried the Power Tools, QV User Manager 1.1 with my local XP System this works fine.

Command qv-user-manager.exe --list cal do work fine a returns the list of users.

I tried the same command on a other (not the qv server) Windows 2008 R2 host (as well with installed .net 4) with the same user as i used for testing the Power Tools, QV User Manager 1.1 on my XP host and got the same problem as Terje.

regards

Michael

terjeknappen
Contributor

Re: Error using Power Tools, QV User Manager

Hi Michael

I managed to solve the problem!

(many thanks to Rikard Braathen at QlikTech)

The bottom cause was corrupted PGO-files (one or more).

Because of this we had to

- stop the QMC and QVS (and QWS to make Accesspoint unavailable)

  - copy all PGO-files from QlikViewServer folder and document folder to a backupfolder

  - delete the PGO-files.

- Restart the services.

- Allocate doc cal and name cal again.

Hope you figure your problem out.

Regards

Terje

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Re: Error using Power Tools, QV User Manager

Hi Terje,

I just collect the source code from http://www.antiflu.dds.nl/qv-user-manager-qv11-src.zip and rebuild it by using .net 4. That worked for us quite well. The other good think on this, is that we can add some new fuctions as a syncronize with AD to the code.

Regards

Michael

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