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What causes the error, "Failed to create BLSProxy instance" to appear in the Caliber server log files?

What causes the error, "Failed to create BLSProxy instance" to appear in the Caliber server log files?

Problem:

What causes the error, "Failed to create BLSProxy instance" to appear in the Caliber server log files?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2006/2008
  • Product Component: Administrator/Licensing
  • Platform/OS Version: Windows XP, Windows 2000/2003 Server


This problem can occur if the LsProxyServer.exe process is not running. First of all open task manager to confirm that the process is not in the list.

If the LsProxyServer is not present then follow these steps to resolve the problem,

  1. Open a command prompt and re-cycle the CaliberRM server using

    dbmgr -stop
    dbmgr -start
  2. If Step 1. fails stop the CaliberRM processes by running

    dbmgr -stop
  3. Re-register the LsPrxoyServer.dll, from a command prompt

    regsvr32 -u C:\Borland\CaliberRMServer\Bin\LsProxyServerPS.dll
  4. Start the CaliberRM process

    dbmgr -start
  5. If the process still fails to start then you may need to re-install the CaliberRM server

If the issue persists then please raise a new support case with Borland support.


Old KB# 29921

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