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Frequent Visitor.. msee
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WebInspect hangs when changing severity (DB Connection Lost)

Hello,

WebInspect seems to hang when trying to change severity via the bottom window where the findings are (findings_change.jpg). After that, WebInspect will hang, then give an error stating that the "connection to the scan database has been lost" (scan_database.jpg). 

Connections to the database are other wise fine, and I am able to change the severity through the other menus. This happens with both local and remote DB's.

OS: Windows 10

Software: SQL Server Express 2014 SP2 / SQL Server 2016 SP2

findings_change.pngChanging the severity in the menuscan_database.pngLosing connection to the database

 

 

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor

Re: WebInspect hangs when changing severity (DB Connection Lost)

I have just tried this using WI 18.20.  Is this still happening and is it repeatable?

Ray

 

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Frequent Visitor.. msee
Frequent Visitor..

Re: WebInspect hangs when changing severity (DB Connection Lost)

Still happening in 18.20 and repetable. Seems also that 'roll-up vulnerabilities' makes the app hang/crash as well.

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor

Re: WebInspect hangs when changing severity (DB Connection Lost)

If this is still an issue, please PM me and we can get it figured out.

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