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Invocation Target Exception when I log In to Silk Central.

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Hi everyone,

Recently I've installed Silk Central and I integrate it with Sauce Labs, I was about to launch some test scripts but suddenly I get this message when I attempt to log in:

Type Exception Report

Message Could not load module: com.segue.tm.frontendserver.TestManagementModule: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException

Description The server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request.

Exception

com.segue.tm.base.LoadModuleException: Could not load module: com.segue.tm.frontendserver.TestManagementModule: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
	com.segue.tm.base.ModuleManager$ModuleAccess.init(ModuleManager.java:94)
	com.segue.tm.base.ModuleManager.createModules(ModuleManager.java:39)
	com.segue.tm.base.SccFrontend.createModules(SccFrontend.java:416)
	com.segue.tm.base.SccUser.initModules(SccUser.java:256)
	com.segue.tm.base.SccUser.init(SccUser.java:231)
	com.borland.bca.webgui.core.BcaServlet.dispatchUser(BcaServlet.java:93)
	com.borland.bca.webgui.core.BcaServlet.doGet(BcaServlet.java:47)
	javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:634)
	javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:741)
	com.borland.bca.webgui.core.NoCacheFilter.doFilter(NoCacheFilter.java:30)
	com.borland.bca.webgui.core.EncodingFilter.doFilter(EncodingFilter.java:22)

I've been looking for the front end server logs but I can't find them. All the locations given in other post are for previous versions of Silk Central so the paths are not the same. If someone could give me a clue of what's happening, would be great.

Thanks In Advance

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Hi @Omar Lpz,

 

What version of Silk Central are you using? In recent versions the log files can be found in:

 

C:\ProgramData\SilkCentral\<INSTANCE_ID>\log

 

For example, the logs of the default instance are located here: C:\ProgramData\SilkCentral\instance_1_silk\log

 

Does a restart of the server processes help?

 

Regards,

Hubert

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Hi @Omar Lpz,

 

What version of Silk Central are you using? In recent versions the log files can be found in:

 

C:\ProgramData\SilkCentral\<INSTANCE_ID>\log

 

For example, the logs of the default instance are located here: C:\ProgramData\SilkCentral\instance_1_silk\log

 

Does a restart of the server processes help?

 

Regards,

Hubert

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