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Internal Error when running Project Checker


Hello all,

Can anyone tell me what this error means:

An internal error occurred during: "Running the Project Checker".
Could not initialize class
com.novell.admin.ns.nds.jclient.NDSNamespaceImpl

This happens when I run Project Checker before deploying. Also If I try
to deploy without running the project checker, Designer just gets hung
up for minutes and nothing happens.


What could be causing this?...any guidance will be appreciated.

Thank you,
EE


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Re: Internal Error when running Project Checker

On 11/5/2012 1:54 PM, ee0001 wrote:
>
> Hello all,
>
> Can anyone tell me what this error means:
>
> An internal error occurred during: "Running the Project Checker".
> Could not initialize class
> com.novell.admin.ns.nds.jclient.NDSNamespaceImpl
>
> This happens when I run Project Checker before deploying. Also If I try
> to deploy without running the project checker, Designer just gets hung
> up for minutes and nothing happens.


Can you import existing drivers from the tree?

JClient is the library that talks to eDirectory. If JClient is not
working it is almost always NICI related, and once you fix that it
should be fine.

Sometimes 32 vs 64 bit NICI issues? What platform are you working on?


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