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Date:         Thu, 14 Dec 2006 01:54:22 -0800
Reply-To:     Greg <admin@EPSILON-CONSULTING.NET>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Greg <admin@EPSILON-CONSULTING.NET>
Organization: http://groups.google.com
Subject:      Re: configure management console
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hi Doug,

your OS ? do you have a message in metadata Server log ? do you try to launch objectSpawner within the ms dos interface ? you may win a message ;-)

BR

Greg

Doug a écrit :

> Hi > > I have been having trouble with the object spawner failing to remain started > in my SAS9.1.3 installation. > > I removed management console and reinstalled it - but still cannot fix the > object spawner issues. > > When I start the object spawner - (I try to do it manually because it fails > to start as an automatic service) I get the following message: > "The SAS Lev1 OB - 9.1 service on local computer started and then stopped. > Some services stop automatically if they have no work to do, for example > performance logs and alterts" > > I dont know how to resolve the object spawner isssue - and cant see much > help on the SAS website for this message. > > However, I noticed when I tried to configure the Management Console, I was > unable to do the following task because I couldn't find the SAS foundation > Service in the management console. > "Define the SAS Foundation Services to the metadata > 1.. Highlight Foundation Services Manager. Using the right mouse button, > select Import Service Deployment... > 2.. Select Add.... From the file dialog, choose the following files: > 3.. Select OK to save changes. " > I think that this issue is related to the object spawner. My understanding > of the object spawner is that it will wait for a client application to call > upon a SAS resource then allow that communication for example to the stored > process server. > > Any help appreciated. > > Doug


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