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QEMC error - Existing connection forcibly closed

In QEMC, under Documents, User Documents - receiving error message when trying to view settings for certain user documents:  "An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host".  Works fine when in QMC.

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QEMC error - Existing connection forcibly closed

Problem has been fixed.  I copied the .qvw, .meta, and .shared files to our test server. Didn’t get the error message when I went to User Documents tab. But I did notice that there were some server objects associated with 2 logon ID’s for people no longer with the company. I deleted those server objects and copied the .meta and .shared files back to production. That cleared up the problem.

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paulferguson80
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QEMC error - Existing connection forcibly closed

Hi,

Hope this helps if you havnt resolved this issue yet?

I have been having the same problem with a report and getting the same error message!

Just before i was about to rip the report out and start allocating document cals again like a mad man i deleted  the .meta and .shared files from the folder and tried the QEMC again and now it works fine!

However odd it seems to have resolved the issue!

Many Thanks

Paul

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QEMC error - Existing connection forcibly closed

Deleting the .shared file will allow QEMC to work again, but then we lose all of the server objects that users have created.

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QEMC error - Existing connection forcibly closed

Problem has been fixed.  I copied the .qvw, .meta, and .shared files to our test server. Didn’t get the error message when I went to User Documents tab. But I did notice that there were some server objects associated with 2 logon ID’s for people no longer with the company. I deleted those server objects and copied the .meta and .shared files back to production. That cleared up the problem.

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