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Financial Managementapplications when following error appears: There was some communication error. Response is: http://servername/hfm/GlobalWorkspaceNav/bpm/modules/com/hyperion/hfm/web/appcontainer/Adf.asp This is a generic error message, that may appear whenever web or application component of Financial Management is not available. (1/11/11) I. Release: 9.3.1 - 11.1.2 Applications sometimes fail to open. Error: "There was some communication error. Response is: http://servername/hfm/GlobalWorkspaceNav/bpm/modules/com/hyperion/hfm/web/appcontainer/Adf.asp" Causes: Intermittent issues are caused by Remote Procedure Call (RPC) issues in Windows 2003 SP1 and SP2 and requireWindows Registry update to resolve. This issue occurs because Windows Server 2003 SP1 adds support for new transfer syntaxes to the RPC implementation, known as "multiple transfer syntax negotiation".In some circumstances this may lead to premature closing of connections between products. Fix: Make the following changes on all servers and workstations with the HFM ADM and HFM Client components, including HFM and Financial Reporting servers and workstations. A. If the server is running on Windows 2003 SP1, apply SP2. B. Make the following registry change on servers and workstations: Click Start > Run, type regedit, and click OK. Locate and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Rpc If the Rpc key doesn't exist, create it by right-clicking on "Windows NT" and click New: Key. Right-click on "Rpc" and select New, and then click DWORD Value. Type Server2003NegotiateDisable as the name of the new DWORD Value. Right-click Server2003NegotiateDisable, and click Modify. In the Value Data box, type 1, and then click OK. This setting disables the bind time negotiation and multiple transfer syntax negotiation. II. Release: 9.3.0 - Attempts to open, delete or create an HFM application through Workspace or the Desktop Client fail. Error: "There was some communication error. Response is: http://servername/hfm/GlobalWorkspaceNav/bpm/modules/com/hyperion/hfm/web/appcontainer/Adf.asp An unknown error has occurred in the HsxSQLHelper object. An unknown error has occurred in the HsxServerImpl object. An unknown error has occurred in the HsxServerImpl object." In HsvEventlog.log appears error: "An unknown error has occurred in the HsvDSSQL object" Causes: The UDL file containing connection details to HFM repository database has been renamed or moved. HFM is unable to communicate to the database as it cannot find the UDL file referenced in the Windows registry key: HKEY_LOC

not post a blank message. Please type your message and try again. jeradw Level 1 (0 points) Q: "There was a communication error during your chat" My mom just purchased a new iMac about a month ago. Up until a week or so ago, video'ing through iChat was working flawlessly. Now, I can see the invites come in, but when I hit accept, nothing happens and she gets an error on her end. I am able to connect with friends on my end, so it seems to be isolated to her setup. It doesnt matter if I initiate the chat, or if she does - either way the video chat doesnt work. We both have OSx 10.7.3.We are trying to connect through her GMail account, but she also has an AIM account with friends online http://hyperion-technology.blogspot.com/2012/07/financial-management-error-there-was.html and is unable to video chat with them via iChat most time.I have tried the following:1. Rebooting her iMac - didnt resolve the issue.2. Video Chatting with the chat bots (appleu3test01, 02, 03) - I could see the advertisements in each instance3. Rebooting the router - didnt resolve the issue.4. Double check Internet Connection Sharing is turned off - it was5. Double check the firewall is off - it was6. UPnP is enabled on the router - I thought I found a post https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3818985?start=0&tstart=0 saying to check thatBelow is the error message she is getting (let me know if you want more):Date/Time: 2012-03-20 20:51:42 -0500OS Version: 10.7.3 (Build 11D50b)Report Version: 4iChat Connection Log:2012-03-20 20:51:14 -0500: 0x7fbbacdfa1d0: State change from No State to Invited.2012-03-20 20:51:26 -0500: 0x7fbbacdfa1d0: State change from Invited to Connecting.2012-03-20 20:51:36 -0500: 0x7fbbacdfa1d0: State change from Connecting to Ended.2012-03-20 20:51:36 -0500: 0x7fbbacdfa1d0: Error 1008 (Did not receive a response from 0x7fbbacdfa1d0.)I'm starting to think it could be the router, but I'm not sure what specifically to check for. Any ideas?Thanks for the help!!-Jerad iMac (20-inch Mid 2007), Mac OS X (10.7.3) Posted on Mar 20, 2012 7:05 PM I have this question too by jeradw,Solvedanswer jeradw Level 1 (0 points) A: Before UPnP was enabled, all of the ports were allowed through. It was a pretty standard router setup.As a shot in the dark, I had my parents unplug the router, wait thirty seconds, and then plug it back in. After this very basic troubleshooting step, they were able to make numerous video chats last night. I figured this would basically be the same thing as the "Reboot" button on the admin console of the Linksys router - something that I had tried the night prior. Apparently not?! Anyways, it SEEMS to be working right now. I am going to continue to test with them over the next couple of days to make sure. If they end up having the problem again, I will post up the rem

platform and distributed applications How to troubleshoot DCOM 10009 error logged in system event? https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/asiatech/2010/03/15/how-to-troubleshoot-dcom-10009-error-logged-in-system-event/ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ APGC DSI TeamMarch 15, 201021 0 0 0 Symptom: Sometimes, we may see below DCOM 10009 errors in our system event, or we https://books.google.com/books?id=Pi2W6hjHb1sC&pg=PA288&lpg=PA288&dq=hsm+there+was+some+communication+error&source=bl&ots=aMx91i230P&sig=VkXul5IlnYMC-TWGArCO-LKXaPs&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi01d2_k93PAhWDXR4KHTm2DiYQ6AEITD may receive the exception code 0x800706ba in our DCOM client application: Event Type: ErrorEvent Source: DCOM|Event Category: NoneEvent ID: 10009Date: 2010-2-22Time: 10:02:07User: N/AComputer: Description: DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer using any of the configured protocols. Simply speaking, DCOM 10009 indicates that the DCOM client located on this can’t communicate with the DCOM|COM+ server located on that . How this happens: When hsm there was a client calls CoGetClassObject or CoCreateInstance (CreateObject or new in VB) to activate a component, the COM runtime contacts its local SCM COM activator (RPCSS service) in order to launch the corresponding COM server that will host the desired component. If the component is remote, the local RPCSS service will forward the request to the RPCSS service of the remote machine. However, if the RPCSS service of remote target server is not available, DCOM 10009 will be logged locally to notify administrator. The typical call stack is as follows:ChildEBP RetAddr 006df364 757f8b72 ADVAPI32!ReportEventW-> then DCOM 10009 is logged. 006df3a0 757f6542 rpcss!LogRemoteSideUnavailable+0x63 ->here we don’t found the server. 006df40c 757f6781 rpcss!CRemoteMachine::Activate+0x294 006df648 757f6861 rpcss!RemoteActivationCall+0xf2 006df664 757edb5c rpcss!ActivateRemote+0x8e 006df6c0 757d629c rpcss!Activation+0x343 006df718 757d7680 rpcss!ActivateFromProperties+0x1c2 006df724 757d76c0 rpcss!CScmActivator::CreateInstance+0xd…… Why this happens: Totally speaking, the reason why DCOM 10009 is logged is that: local RPCSS service ca

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