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icon1.gif  Hyperion Financial Management - Sys9 (Configuration Utility Error) [message #399791] Fri, 24 April 2009 01:52
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Registered: April 2009
Location: Faisal Town, Lahore
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I am running Win2k3 Server[x64] and got recently installed the 32-bit trial version of Hyperion Financial Management - Sys 9 and getting the error while working with HFM configuration utility, "specify a working UDL file". I have successfully created a working OLE DB data link file (UDL) and referred remote DB in it but it's not being accepted by the config utility.

Error Description:
Error 11; asc.admin; 04/23/2009 21:24:02; CHFMCASSecurity.cpp; Line 57; <?xml version="1.0"?>
<EStr><Ref>{066157BB-F240-4A90-B1A7-DCD0FC689624}</Ref><User/> <DBUpdate>1</DBUpdate><ESec><Num>-2147216700</Num><Type>1</Type><DTime>4/23/2009 9:24:02 PM</DTime><Svr>GL-ASC1-VM3</Svr> <File/><Line>-1</Line><Ver></Ver>
<DStr>Error initializing HFMAuthentication</DStr>
<PSec><Param>Cannot configure the system. Please check the configuration.</Param></PSec></ESec> <ESec><Num>-2147216700</Num><Type>0</Type><DTime>4/23/2009 9:24:02 PM</DTime>
<Svr>GL-ASC1-VM3 </Svr> <File>CHFMCASSecurity.cpp</File> <Line>57</Line><Ver></Ver></ESec></EStr>

My DBase is working fine. Test connection is successful in UDL file but it's not being accepted by HFM Config Utility. Please help me out in getting rid of this error, "Specify a workig UDL File".

I need to configure Application Server Clusters through this utility as unavoidable requirement or is there any way I can ignore Clustered environment by using Single Server Only for HypFM - Sys 9 ??

Can anybody help me out on these problems??

[Updated on: Fri, 24 April 2009 02:18]

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