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Unable to load NPKIAPI - library could not be found

This is an old error, which I believe last cropped up in Designer 4.0

OS: Windows 10
Designer: 4.5.3

Trying to create eDir2eDir certificates

Unable to load NPKIAPI - library could not be found

com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.loadLibrary(NPKIAPI.java:1684)
com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.initialize(NPKIAPI.java:5997)
com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.<init>(NPKIAPI.java:1741)
com.novell.idm.kmo.DesignerPKIAPI.<init>(DesignerPKIAPI.java:560)

com.novell.idm.kmo.NDS2NDSCertificateBuilder.buildPKIAPIForTree1(NDS2NDS
CertificateBuilder.java:110)

com.novell.idm.kmo.NDS2NDSCertificateBuilder.start(NDS2NDSCertificateBui
lder.java:86)
com.novell.idm.kmo.SSLUtil$1.run(SSLUtil.java:739)

org.eclipse.jface.operation.ModalContext$ModalContextThread.run(ModalCon
text.java:122)

The old solution was to install Visual C++ 2005 redists
Anyone if that fix is still correct?
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Alex McHugh;266201 Wrote:
> This is an old error, which I believe last cropped up in Designer 4.0
>
> OS: Windows 10
> Designer: 4.5.3
>
> Trying to create eDir2eDir certificates
>
> Unable to load NPKIAPI - library could not be found
>
> com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.loadLibrary(NPKIAPI.java:1684)
> com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.initialize(NPKIAPI.java:5997)
> com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.<init>(NPKIAPI.java:1741)
> com.novell.idm.kmo.DesignerPKIAPI.<init>(DesignerPKIAPI.java:560)
>
> com.novell.idm.kmo.NDS2NDSCertificateBuilder.buildPKIAPIForTree1(NDS2NDS
> CertificateBuilder.java:110)
>
> com.novell.idm.kmo.NDS2NDSCertificateBuilder.start(NDS2NDSCertificateBui
> lder.java:86)
> com.novell.idm.kmo.SSLUtil$1.run(SSLUtil.java:739)
>
> org.eclipse.jface.operation.ModalContext$ModalContextThread.run(ModalCon
> text.java:122)
>
> The old solution was to install Visual C++ 2005 redists
> Anyone if that fix is still correct?


An update, I installed a bunch of the Visual C++ 2005 redistributables
(VC++ 2005 and VC++ 2005 SP1) in x86 and x64 versions.
Rebooted, tried again with Designer - no luck, same error.

Anyone else manage to use the create eDir2eDir certificates feature in
latest Designer on Windows??

I have used iManager to create the necessary certificates, but somewhat
irritated that this is broken again.


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Bringing old thread back to life here, but it's now 2020, and Designer 4.7 on Win10 is doing the same old thing.

Unable to load NPKIAPI - library could not be found
at com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.loadLibrary(NPKIAPI.java:1752)
at com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.initialize(NPKIAPI.java:6517)
at com.novell.security.japi.pki.NPKIAPI.<init>(NPKIAPI.java:1809)
at com.novell.idm.kmo.DesignerPKIAPI.<init>(Unknown Source)
at com.novell.idm.kmo.NDS2NDSCertificateBuilder.buildPKIAPIForTree1(Unknown Source)
at com.novell.idm.kmo.NDS2NDSCertificateBuilder.start(Unknown Source)
at com.novell.idm.kmo.SSLUtil$1.run(Unknown Source)
at org.eclipse.jface.operation.ModalContext$ModalContextThread.run(ModalContext.java:122)

eclipse.buildId=unknown
java.version=1.8.0_162
java.vendor=Oracle Corporation
BootLoader constants: OS=win32, ARCH=x86_64, WS=win32, NL=en
Command-line arguments: -os win32 -ws win32 -arch x86_64 -clean

Version: 4.7
Build id: 20180228

Worked around it with iManager's certificate creation, but that seems like something I shouldn't have to do. Any hints on figuring out what this is actually complaining about?

 

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