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asp_webserver thread: Re: Siteserver Catalog Build


Message #1 by "guljot" <guljot@h...> on Thu, 22 Nov 2001 23:30:58
Has anybody been able to find a solution to the problem below? I am facing 

the same issue and need a solution urgently. Any help would be appreciated.



Guljot



> I am encountering errors on my server as follows:

> 

> Event ID:	5

> Time:	04:02

> Source:	Active Server Pages

> Error:

> File /sunshine/displayImage.asp  Unexpected error

> 

> Event ID:	4104

> Time:	04:03

> Source:	Transaction Server

> Error: 

> An object call caused an exception.       (IID:

> {51372AEF-CAE7-11CF-BE81-00AA00A2FA25}) (Method: 3)  (Microsoft 

Transaction

> Server Internals Information: File: 

d:\viper\src\runtime\mtxex\activity.cpp,

> Line: 889) (Exception: C0000092) (Address: 0x680b9004) 

> asp!STR::AppendCRLF(void) + 0x2744

> asp!TerminateExtension + 0x3928

> asp!TerminateExtension + 0x798A

> asp + 0x323DD

> mtxex!MTSCreateActivity + 0x1F3C

> mtxex!MTSCreateActivity + 0xF3E

> 

> I have set up a Schedule for building a catalog automatically to run at

> 04:00 and when the 2 errors occur the following services stop W3SVC,

> IISADMIN, & SMTPSVC. It is then necessary to restart these services.

> I have Site Server 3 with Service Pack 4 installed on NT 4 Service Pack 

5.

> Does someone know how I can stop this error from occurring?

> 

> Regards

> Sheree Clements

> 

> 

Message #2 by "Clements, Sheree" <sclemen@m...> on Fri, 23 Nov 2001 10:35:50 +1000
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I found that it was a problem with the Access database that was being

accessed. So we exported all the data to a SQL database and the problem went

away.



Sheree



-----Original Message-----

From: guljot [mailto:guljot@h...]

Sent: Friday, 23 November 2001 9:31 AM

To: ASP webserver

Subject: [asp_webserver] Re: Siteserver Catalog Build





Has anybody been able to find a solution to the problem below? I am facing 

the same issue and need a solution urgently. Any help would be appreciated.



Guljot



> I am encountering errors on my server as follows:

> 

> Event ID:	5

> Time:	04:02

> Source:	Active Server Pages

> Error:

> File /sunshine/displayImage.asp  Unexpected error

> 

> Event ID:	4104

> Time:	04:03

> Source:	Transaction Server

> Error: 

> An object call caused an exception.       (IID:

> {51372AEF-CAE7-11CF-BE81-00AA00A2FA25}) (Method: 3)  (Microsoft 

Transaction

> Server Internals Information: File: 

d:\viper\src\runtime\mtxex\activity.cpp,

> Line: 889) (Exception: C0000092) (Address: 0x680b9004) 

> asp!STR::AppendCRLF(void) + 0x2744

> asp!TerminateExtension + 0x3928

> asp!TerminateExtension + 0x798A

> asp + 0x323DD

> mtxex!MTSCreateActivity + 0x1F3C

> mtxex!MTSCreateActivity + 0xF3E

> 

> I have set up a Schedule for building a catalog automatically to run at

> 04:00 and when the 2 errors occur the following services stop W3SVC,

> IISADMIN, & SMTPSVC. It is then necessary to restart these services.

> I have Site Server 3 with Service Pack 4 installed on NT 4 Service Pack 

5.

> Does someone know how I can stop this error from occurring?

> 

> Regards

> Sheree Clements

> 

> 






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