0x80040154 - Class not registered

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01-21-2015 08:59 AM
PatrickTaurman1
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When attempting to create a new ArcGIS for Server Site I get the following error:

0x80040154 - Class not registered

When I check the logs I see the same error with some additional information:

Failed to create the site. com.esri.arcgis.discovery.servicelib.AGSException: java.lang.Exception: AutomationException: 0x80040154 - Class not registered

I am using ArcGIS for Server 10.2.2 with ArcGIS for Desktop 10.2.2.  I have run a repair install on both with no change, as well as restarting the machine several times.

Any ideas besides a complete un-install and re-install?

Patrick

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PatrickTaurman1
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Hey Tom,

Its fixed.  We added the ArcGIS account to the Administrators group, as well as enabled the following Windows Features:

Windows Communication Foundation HTTP Activation

Windows Communication Foundation Non-HTTP Activation

One of those two things allowed the ArcGIS for Server site to be created without the error.

Patrick

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ThomasMontefusco
Occasional Contributor II

Good afternoon Patrick. What operating system? I've seen this error on Linux when packages are missing. If Linux, try running this command

root@host# yum update

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PatrickTaurman1
New Contributor II

Hey Tom,

Its fixed.  We added the ArcGIS account to the Administrators group, as well as enabled the following Windows Features:

Windows Communication Foundation HTTP Activation

Windows Communication Foundation Non-HTTP Activation

One of those two things allowed the ArcGIS for Server site to be created without the error.

Patrick

ThomasMontefusco
Occasional Contributor II

Excellent! Glad to hear it.

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MarkusSchenardi
Occasional Contributor

I'm having the same issue with AGS 10.3 on Server 2008R2. Site on a share.

None of the two suggestions solved the problem.

Any other ideas?

Markus Schenardi
Laixo AG - Zürich - Switzerland
Member of the Esri Partner Network
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MarkusSchenardi
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I could solve the problem by deleting the windows user profile of the domain account running AGS.

(to be able to delete it you must stop the ags service)

Markus Schenardi
Laixo AG - Zürich - Switzerland
Member of the Esri Partner Network
wwwdavid
New Contributor II

I also have this problem, but it is under Linux RHEL7 OS. Any suggestion what approach to take to solve this error under Linux environment?

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