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After installing SilkCentral on a Czech version of Windows, why do I receive a servlet error when I attempt to access SilkCentral?

After installing SilkCentral on a Czech version of Windows, why do I receive a servlet error when I attempt to access SilkCentral?

Problem:

After installing SilkCentral on a Czech version of Windows, why do I receive a servlet error when I attempt to access SilkCentral?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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After installing SilkCentral on a Czech version of Windows, why do I receive a servlet error when I attempt to access SilkCentral?

ANSWER
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SilkCentral generates this error as it is unable to resolve the following location on the Czech operating system:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Data aplikaci\*

To resolve this error you receive on the Czech operating system we must edit some SilkCentral configuration files by replacing the above location with some relative path, for example:

In the SccAppServerBootConf.xml configuration file we find the following:

      
        conf/AppServer
        log
        C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Data aplikaci\Borland\SCC35
        bin/Core
    


We must edit the ApplicationData attribute and replace our the "Data Aplikaci" path for a relative path like this:

      
        conf/AppServer
        log
        Data\Borland\SCC35
        bin/Core
    


The following files must all be edited to include this relative path:

  • SccAppServerBootConf.xml
  • SccFrontendBootConf.xml
  • SccChartServerBootConf.xml


Old KB# 24480

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