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    enterpriseServer property not found in the INI

    List,
    I am trying to run my java code and its throwing error as below. I have checked all my INIs jdeinterop.ini,jdbj.ini and jas.ini and all have correct Enterprise server entry. Not sure which INI its refering in log. Any ideas?.

    I am on E1 8.10, AS/400
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    23 Mar 2006 12:57:12,015 [main] ERROR: {com.jdedwards.system.connector} - enterpriseServer property not found in the INI file
    com.jdedwards.system.connector.dynamic.InvalidConf igurationException: enterpriseServer property not found in the INI file
    at com.jdedwards.system.connector.dynamic.Connector.g etProperties(Unknown Source)
    at com.jdedwards.system.connector.dynamic.Connector.& lt;init>(Unknown Source)
    at com.jdedwards.system.connector.dynamic.Connector.g etInstance(Unknown Source)
    at connectorexample.connectorexample.main(connectorex ample.java:24)
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    Chandrakant Rana
    E1 Xe-9.0, AS/400, XML, BSSV
    E1 Integration,C,HTML,Java,CreateForm 3.0

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    Re: enterpriseServer property not found in the INI

    I found the solution myself. This was happening as the server definition were clashing in INI files.
    Chandrakant Rana
    E1 Xe-9.0, AS/400, XML, BSSV
    E1 Integration,C,HTML,Java,CreateForm 3.0

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    Re: enterpriseServer property not found in the INI

    Hi,

    I get the same error, what was the INI was wrong?
    that was missing?

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    Re: enterpriseServer property not found in the INI

    I had a similar problem and it was due to the jas.ini file being in the wrong location. It was located in E1_Install_Path\Pathcode\ini\sbf - once removed, the error disappeared.

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