Gen.bat issues

mechele_baker

Active Member
I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?
 

SSAJAROFF

Reputable Poster
Mechele :

Are you aware that all WebSphere Java Classes paths are case-sensitive?
WebSphere differentiates c:\JDEdwardsOneWorld from C:\JDEDWARDSONEWORLD or
c:\jdedwardsoneworld.
In case of doubt, open a DOS window a take look at the case of every path.
Specially those
related to JDK and JAS.

Sebastian

-----Mensaje original-----
De: mechele baker [mailto:mechele.baker@marchfirst.com]
Enviado el: Martes, 09 de Enero de 2001 05:14 p.m.
Para: jdelistml@jdelist.com
Asunto: Gen.bat issues ~~0:3599




I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter
the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of
jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are
current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic
installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?






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scottw

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I got the exact same error about three weeks ago and cannot resolve this
issue either, it is still a mystery. Sorry no help just wish there was
someone who knew what to do.
 
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mechele_baker

Active Member
I'm on Xe with SP 13.3.

I thought this was a problem too. So, I pulled out my SP13.3 Java CD and copied
the jdecom.dll directly from the CD and re-registered it. It still didn't
resolve the problem. Maybe the version on the cd is bad. How did you get a
correct version that worked?





andy_smith <andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk> on 01/10/2001 03:43:08 AM

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To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Mechele Baker/Whittman-Hart LP)
Subject: RE: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3631



I had this problem in B7332 that turned out to be the version of jdecom.dll
was incorrect. What release are you on ?

Andy Smith
Technology Consultant
Whitehouse Consultants Ltd

Tel : 01159 825987
Mobile : 07949 603770
E-Mail : andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk




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mechele_baker

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Someone suggested that I use the AppGen application instead of gen.bat to
generate the objects. However, JDE says it doesn't work and they don't
recommend it. Have you heard anything one way or the other with AppGen?




scottw <scottw@ldsi.com> on 01/09/2001 04:09:53 PM

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Subject: RE: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3619



I got the exact same error about three weeks ago and cannot resolve this
issue either, it is still a mystery. Sorry no help just wish there was
someone who knew what to do.




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masanchez

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Check the date of creation for

jdecom.dll and
jde.jar

must be the same or some date of diference

Regards
 
Go back and make sure security to Web server is okay and that Webspehere is
still working, i.e. can type url for owjava/index.html and get through the
OW signon.



Trish Sutterfield
Sr.Technology Consultant
Sirius Computer Solutions
678.576.6201
 

andy_smith

Well Known Member
I did not get this problem with the Xe Jas server installation, only with
B7332. I think JDE response line supplied us a new version of jdecom.dll.

We have not ran the generator tool with the Xe installation, we populated
the java serialised objects tables using the table copy approach to 'bulk
load' the standard definitions. This of course is only OK for the initial
load.

Andy Smith
Technology Consultant
Whitehouse Consultants Ltd

Tel : 01159 825987
Mobile : 07949 603770
E-Mail : andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk
 
What Version of the Software are you running?

Here are a few notes I wrote when I was on 7332
UNEXPECTED ERROR ? NETWORK Error
- Make sure the Services on the Web are running
- Check the JAS.INI
- Check the Host tables on all Servers they should all have a LOCALHOST
entry (for the AS400 go CFGTCP and option 10)
- Test that websphere works
- In the Default Server ? application change the path from /test to /
- In the AS_Oneworld_1 ? application change the path from / to /Test
- Stop AS_OneWorld_1
- Go to a browser and enter http://servername/servlet/snoop
- If you get an error then you should unistall Websphere and IIS
- Reinstall IIS then Shutdown IIS and then install Websphere (must be in
this order)
- You cannot change the node name without first performing the step
prior to this.
- Try the Default before installing the JDE's pieces
- Don't forget to put back the default Server path code as well as the
AS_OneWorld_1 path code

When we went to Xe I got the same error and here are a few notes I wrote
If you have SQL then you might want to try the following command at a
Dos Prompt
x:\JVIEW> utils.dbping mssqlserver4 jde jde <tablename>
@<servername>:<portno> ie: CRPJAVA@WEBSVR:1433 indicate if you have SQL
problem. Note that the Gen.Bat also uses JVIEW command. We had to
download the latest JVIEW from the internet

In Xe you must put in the Server Name and not Local Host when the
screen comes up to Serialize the objects.



I can't guarantee that any of this will help but I hope it does. Please
let me know





mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Gen.bat issues ~~0:3599
01/09/2001 03:13 PM
Please respond to
jdelist







I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter
the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of
jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are
current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic
installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?






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mechele_baker

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Xe with service pack 13.3




Darquise Nicol <Darquise.Nicol@nelson.com> on 01/10/2001 12:09:41 PM

Please respond to jdelist@jdelist.com

To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Mechele Baker/Whittman-Hart LP)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3678




What Version of the Software are you running?

Here are a few notes I wrote when I was on 7332
UNEXPECTED ERROR ? NETWORK Error
- Make sure the Services on the Web are running
- Check the JAS.INI
- Check the Host tables on all Servers they should all have a LOCALHOST
entry (for the AS400 go CFGTCP and option 10)
- Test that websphere works
- In the Default Server ? application change the path from /test to /
- In the AS_Oneworld_1 ? application change the path from / to /Test
- Stop AS_OneWorld_1
- Go to a browser and enter http://servername/servlet/snoop
- If you get an error then you should unistall Websphere and IIS
- Reinstall IIS then Shutdown IIS and then install Websphere (must be in
this order)
- You cannot change the node name without first performing the step
prior to this.
- Try the Default before installing the JDE's pieces
- Don't forget to put back the default Server path code as well as the
AS_OneWorld_1 path code

When we went to Xe I got the same error and here are a few notes I wrote
If you have SQL then you might want to try the following command at a
Dos Prompt
x:\JVIEW> utils.dbping mssqlserver4 jde jde <tablename>
@<servername>:<portno> ie: CRPJAVA@WEBSVR:1433 indicate if you have SQL
problem. Note that the Gen.Bat also uses JVIEW command. We had to
download the latest JVIEW from the internet

In Xe you must put in the Server Name and not Local Host when the
screen comes up to Serialize the objects.



I can't guarantee that any of this will help but I hope it does. Please
let me know





mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise
Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Gen.bat issues
~~0:3599
01/09/2001 03:13 PM
Please respond to
jdelist







I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter
the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of
jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are
current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic
installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?






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mechele_baker

Active Member
I tried running the utils command and this is the error I received:

Could not execute utils.dbping: The system cannot find the file specified.

Any ideas?





Darquise Nicol <Darquise.Nicol@nelson.com> on 01/10/2001 12:09:41 PM

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To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Mechele Baker/Whittman-Hart LP)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3678




What Version of the Software are you running?

Here are a few notes I wrote when I was on 7332
UNEXPECTED ERROR ? NETWORK Error
- Make sure the Services on the Web are running
- Check the JAS.INI
- Check the Host tables on all Servers they should all have a LOCALHOST
entry (for the AS400 go CFGTCP and option 10)
- Test that websphere works
- In the Default Server ? application change the path from /test to /
- In the AS_Oneworld_1 ? application change the path from / to /Test
- Stop AS_OneWorld_1
- Go to a browser and enter http://servername/servlet/snoop
- If you get an error then you should unistall Websphere and IIS
- Reinstall IIS then Shutdown IIS and then install Websphere (must be in
this order)
- You cannot change the node name without first performing the step
prior to this.
- Try the Default before installing the JDE's pieces
- Don't forget to put back the default Server path code as well as the
AS_OneWorld_1 path code

When we went to Xe I got the same error and here are a few notes I wrote
If you have SQL then you might want to try the following command at a
Dos Prompt
x:\JVIEW> utils.dbping mssqlserver4 jde jde <tablename>
@<servername>:<portno> ie: CRPJAVA@WEBSVR:1433 indicate if you have SQL
problem. Note that the Gen.Bat also uses JVIEW command. We had to
download the latest JVIEW from the internet

In Xe you must put in the Server Name and not Local Host when the
screen comes up to Serialize the objects.



I can't guarantee that any of this will help but I hope it does. Please
let me know





mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise
Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Gen.bat issues
~~0:3599
01/09/2001 03:13 PM
Please respond to
jdelist







I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter
the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of
jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are
current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic
installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?






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mechele_baker

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I tried running the utils command and this is the error I received:

Could not execute utils.dbping: The system cannot find the file
specified.

Any ideas?




Darquise Nicol <Darquise.Nicol@nelson.com> on 01/10/2001 12:09:41 PM

Please respond to jdelist@jdelist.com

To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Mechele Baker/Whittman-Hart LP)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3678




What Version of the Software are you running?

Here are a few notes I wrote when I was on 7332
UNEXPECTED ERROR ? NETWORK Error
- Make sure the Services on the Web are running
- Check the JAS.INI
- Check the Host tables on all Servers they should all have a LOCALHOST
entry (for the AS400 go CFGTCP and option 10)
- Test that websphere works
- In the Default Server ? application change the path from /test to /
- In the AS_Oneworld_1 ? application change the path from / to /Test
- Stop AS_OneWorld_1
- Go to a browser and enter http://servername/servlet/snoop
- If you get an error then you should unistall Websphere and IIS
- Reinstall IIS then Shutdown IIS and then install Websphere (must be in
this order)
- You cannot change the node name without first performing the step
prior to this.
- Try the Default before installing the JDE's pieces
- Don't forget to put back the default Server path code as well as the
AS_OneWorld_1 path code

When we went to Xe I got the same error and here are a few notes I wrote
If you have SQL then you might want to try the following command at a
Dos Prompt
x:\JVIEW> utils.dbping mssqlserver4 jde jde <tablename>
@<servername>:<portno> ie: CRPJAVA@WEBSVR:1433 indicate if you have SQL
problem. Note that the Gen.Bat also uses JVIEW command. We had to
download the latest JVIEW from the internet

In Xe you must put in the Server Name and not Local Host when the
screen comes up to Serialize the objects.



I can't guarantee that any of this will help but I hope it does. Please
let me know





mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise
Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Gen.bat issues
~~0:3599
01/09/2001 03:13 PM
Please respond to
jdelist







I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter
the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of
jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are
current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic
installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?






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This is could be a problem with the system Classpath or the system path :
START>Setting> System> Environment



mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3761
01/11/2001 11:08 AM
Please respond to
jdelist







I tried running the utils command and this is the error I received:

Could not execute utils.dbping: The system cannot find the file
specified.

Any ideas?




Darquise Nicol <Darquise.Nicol@nelson.com> on 01/10/2001 12:09:41 PM

Please respond to jdelist@jdelist.com

To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Mechele Baker/Whittman-Hart LP)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3678




What Version of the Software are you running?

Here are a few notes I wrote when I was on 7332
UNEXPECTED ERROR ? NETWORK Error
- Make sure the Services on the Web are running
- Check the JAS.INI
- Check the Host tables on all Servers they should all have a LOCALHOST
entry (for the AS400 go CFGTCP and option 10)
- Test that websphere works
- In the Default Server ? application change the path from /test to /
- In the AS_Oneworld_1 ? application change the path from / to /Test
- Stop AS_OneWorld_1
- Go to a browser and enter http://servername/servlet/snoop
- If you get an error then you should unistall Websphere and IIS
- Reinstall IIS then Shutdown IIS and then install Websphere (must be in
this order)
- You cannot change the node name without first performing the step
prior to this.
- Try the Default before installing the JDE's pieces
- Don't forget to put back the default Server path code as well as the
AS_OneWorld_1 path code

When we went to Xe I got the same error and here are a few notes I wrote
If you have SQL then you might want to try the following command at a
Dos Prompt
x:\JVIEW> utils.dbping mssqlserver4 jde jde <tablename>
@<servername>:<portno> ie: CRPJAVA@WEBSVR:1433 indicate if you have SQL
problem. Note that the Gen.Bat also uses JVIEW command. We had to
download the latest JVIEW from the internet

In Xe you must put in the Server Name and not Local Host when the
screen comes up to Serialize the objects.



I can't guarantee that any of this will help but I hope it does. Please
let me know





mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To:
jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise
Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Gen.bat issues
~~0:3599
01/09/2001 03:13 PM
Please respond to
jdelist







I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter
the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of
jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are
current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic
installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?






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mechele_baker

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Do you have an example of the correct setting of the System Path? Mine doesn't
look correct.





Darquise Nicol <Darquise.Nicol@nelson.com> on 01/11/2001 02:21:03 PM

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To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Mechele Baker/Whittman-Hart LP)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3798




This is could be a problem with the system Classpath or the system path :
START>Setting> System> Environment



mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise
Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues
~~3599:3761
01/11/2001 11:08 AM
Please respond to
jdelist







I tried running the utils command and this is the error I received:

Could not execute utils.dbping: The system cannot find the file
specified.

Any ideas?




Darquise Nicol <Darquise.Nicol@nelson.com> on 01/10/2001 12:09:41 PM

Please respond to jdelist@jdelist.com

To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
cc: (bcc: Mechele Baker/Whittman-Hart LP)
Subject: Re: Gen.bat issues ~~3599:3678




What Version of the Software are you running?

Here are a few notes I wrote when I was on 7332
UNEXPECTED ERROR ? NETWORK Error
- Make sure the Services on the Web are running
- Check the JAS.INI
- Check the Host tables on all Servers they should all have a LOCALHOST
entry (for the AS400 go CFGTCP and option 10)
- Test that websphere works
- In the Default Server ? application change the path from /test to /
- In the AS_Oneworld_1 ? application change the path from / to /Test
- Stop AS_OneWorld_1
- Go to a browser and enter http://servername/servlet/snoop
- If you get an error then you should unistall Websphere and IIS
- Reinstall IIS then Shutdown IIS and then install Websphere (must be in
this order)
- You cannot change the node name without first performing the step
prior to this.
- Try the Default before installing the JDE's pieces
- Don't forget to put back the default Server path code as well as the
AS_OneWorld_1 path code

When we went to Xe I got the same error and here are a few notes I wrote
If you have SQL then you might want to try the following command at a
Dos Prompt
x:\JVIEW> utils.dbping mssqlserver4 jde jde <tablename>
@<servername>:<portno> ie: CRPJAVA@WEBSVR:1433 indicate if you have SQL
problem. Note that the Gen.Bat also uses JVIEW command. We had to
download the latest JVIEW from the internet

In Xe you must put in the Server Name and not Local Host when the
screen comes up to Serialize the objects.



I can't guarantee that any of this will help but I hope it does. Please
let me know





mechele baker
<mechele.baker@march To:
jdelistml@jdelist.com
first.com> cc: (bcc: Darquise
Nicol/NEL/International Thomson Publishing)
Subject: Gen.bat issues
~~0:3599
01/09/2001 03:13 PM
Please respond to
jdelist







I am attempting to generate serialized objects using gen.bat. When I enter
the
Web Servers
name in the field and hit OK it gives me this error:

NETWORK ERROR (Generation)
Server can not handle this input parameters

I read other problems relating to this same error in the archives of
jdelist.
The only resolution I came across was to make sure the jdbc drivers are
current.

I double checked this and we have an unlimited license from Weblogic
installed
on the web server. My web server is NT with Websphere 3.0 Advanced.

Does anyone have any other suggestions as to why this won't run?






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