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Hi

I'm seeing some errors in the logs and let me know what is causing this output and how to treat them.
Thanks

 

RTE E pdbfileSetSzFieldSzNQ() failed for evtime of '01/29/2014 05:30:03'
RTE W executeXML: SCEventStrInAndOut returned no output event
RTE I executeXML: event name is eventin

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Hi,

 

There is nothing that needs to be done with this error message. This function is only used by Get.It and Connect.It. It is also used for LDAP and for Federated data when the data is moved from LDAP or Federated into the record to be given back to the application. This function is not normally used by SM applications.

But if you would like to work around please do the following:

-go to the operator record of the user that Connect-It uses to log into SM, make sure their timezone record is set to Greenwich/Universal.

 

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Hi again,

 

You can check the issue also here:

 

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM858837

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