2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 17, 2016 8:30 AM by Carl-Fredrik Herö RSS

    NPrinting External requests - Illegal operation attempted on a registry key that has been marked for deletion

    Carl-Fredrik Herö

      We have a Qlikview application from where we need to trigger an NPrinting job. I've used External requests as suggested here but I get a windows error as a result. The full log from the last try:

       

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Service: event started

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Run Job: WebMacro test

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Run Task: WebMacro test

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Error Connection error to \\GLO-NTS57\Verifying\web-macro.qvw; Illegal operation attempted on a registry key that has been marked for deletion

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Terminate Task: WebMacro test

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message This task took 0 seconds to execute

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message -------------------

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Terminate Job: WebMacro test

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Service: event terminated

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Closing connections

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Connections closed

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message ===================

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Start verify notification alerts

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:10  Message Send mail for notification alerts

      Service 15.08.2016  14:11:12  Message End verify notification alerts

       

      This has happend for 2 different Qlikview applications (2 different jobs in NPrinting). It works if I trigger the schedule from the Nprinting Designer.

       

      At first I thought that it might be because the applications had file access macros, but I removed the macros from the "WebMacro test" application and it still doesn't work

       

      Where can I find a more verbose log?

      Has anyone else had any similar experience?

       

      Best regards,

       

      Carl-Fredrik

      Elvenite