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Error 55060

A couple times a week our client process gets into a state where it can no
longer login to Groupwise through the SOAP interface. The error message
is:

Return code: 55060
description: User Database is temporarily disabled

Restarting our client clears up the problem. While I admit there is work
to be done on the client, clearly *something* is happening on the server
as well to get us into this state. Does anyone have more information on
this error code and possibly what might be going wrong?

Thanks,

Andy

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Re: Error 55060

Here is what it says in:
http://www.novell.com/documentation/gw7/gw7_tsh1/index.html?page=/documentat
ion/gw7/gw7_tsh1/data/a4ehiyt.html

D714 User database temporarily disabled
Source: GroupWise engine; directory services access.
Explanation: The administrator has temporarily disabled GroupWise login for
a specific user.
Possible Cause: The user is being moved from GroupWise 5. x to 7.
Action: Wait for the move to be completed.
Action: If the problem persists, rebuild the user database ( user xxx.db ).
See Maintaining User/Resource and Message Databases in Databases in the
GroupWise 7 Administration Guide .

In the error definition, it also says that it can be blocked by
an administration function.

Preston

>>> On Wednesday, January 30, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Andrew

Goodnough<andrew.goodnough@wicourts.gov> wrote:
> A couple times a week our client process gets into a state where it can no


> longer login to Groupwise through the SOAP interface. The error message
> is:
>
> Return code: 55060
> description: User Database is temporarily disabled
>
> Restarting our client clears up the problem. While I admit there is work


> to be done on the client, clearly *something* is happening on the server
> as well to get us into this state. Does anyone have more information on
> this error code and possibly what might be going wrong?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Andy

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