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Software Deployment Question


This is for the App-DNA enthusiasts! Whilst using App-DNA 7.8 to analyse some applications I get an error as the screen shot below explains. Can anyone provide a solution?

06/13/2016 602 views
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  • Are you running from a machine as a console, or from the App DNA server??
    • Yes, I am running from the App-DNA server


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I think the crux is here:
>Invalid object name

Run the same process with ProcMon monitoring started just before the crucial point. Remember to filter out the junk you're not interested in: ProcMon's output window gets very busy! I'll wager a hefty sum that some DLL is not registered correctly.



Answered 06/13/2016 by: VBScab
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Can you see that the s/s is illegible, at any zoom percentage, in any browser? It would be much better to put the actual text in (which you may be able to find in a log file?)
Answered 06/13/2016 by: VBScab
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  • Your right... there is definitely something wrong... in Red. If you can get rid of the red text your on the right road.... ;-)
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Hi The text error in red is hereby reproduced


There was a problem running the current task. Invalid object name ‘repository_assessment_application_Win2012Module@.Warning Null value is eliminated by an aggregate or other SET

Operation.System.Data.SqlClientException (0x80131904): Invalid object name ‘repository_assessment_application_Win2012Module@.Warning Null value is eliminated by an aggregate or other SET operation, at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection.OnError(SqlException exception, Boolean

breakConnection, Action’1 wrapCloseAction) at System.Data.sqlClient.SqlinternalCo

Answered 06/13/2016 by: kendolabson
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