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Spatial Notification won't start - incorrect workspace

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09-11-2012 08:38 AM
AlisonGaiser
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I recently turned off my spatial notification services and made some changes to my data workspace (changed from an Oracle 10g connection to an Oracle 11 connection). Now when I try to start the notification service it will not start. After increasing the logging to level 5 I found the following in the logs.

11/09/2012 12:30:47.114 Level: 5 OnStart initialized the necessary licenses..
11/09/2012 12:30:57.116 Level: 5 OnStart connecting to the default repository..
11/09/2012 12:30:59.367 Level: 5 OnStart Finished connecting to the default repository..
11/09/2012 12:30:59.374 Level: 5 OnStart connected to the default repository and retrieved data workspace info, Workspaces Count = 3
11/09/2012 12:10:48.695 Level: 5 OnStart connecting to Workspace 0, Name = EGISED4_wmx_10g, ID = {2B41FA02-3368-49F0-BB7A-D670703C2065}
11/09/2012 12:10:48.714 Level: 3 SpatialNotificationService: OnStart caught exception: Could not connect to Workspace.  Please ensure connection is valid, StackTrace:    at ESRI.ArcGIS.JTXUI.Service1.OnStart(String[] args)

I know that the connection is incorrect, but I don't really know where to go to change it. Do I need to reinstall? I cannot remove the 10g workspace because my clients will be connecting with 10g, but my servers with 11.

Thanks,
      Alison
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AlisonGaiser
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Thanks to the folks in Redlands. It appears that there is no specific configuration. Basically it will read all the data workspaces and if it encounters one that it cannot connect to, it will stop. In my case I have desktop users with an Oracle 10 client and servers with Oracle 11 clients. I was hoping to be able to keep workspaces for both and point to different workspaces depending on the job step (No desktop steps from the server). Unfortunately, if I want to use the spatial notification I cannot start it on the server with only an Oracle 11 client, and both Oracle 10 and Oracle 11 data workspaces.

Alison

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AlisonGaiser
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Thanks to the folks in Redlands. It appears that there is no specific configuration. Basically it will read all the data workspaces and if it encounters one that it cannot connect to, it will stop. In my case I have desktop users with an Oracle 10 client and servers with Oracle 11 clients. I was hoping to be able to keep workspaces for both and point to different workspaces depending on the job step (No desktop steps from the server). Unfortunately, if I want to use the spatial notification I cannot start it on the server with only an Oracle 11 client, and both Oracle 10 and Oracle 11 data workspaces.

Alison
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