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Hello

I had a working setup of the Caliber RM 2008 SP1 configuration. About a week ago, our service account got corrupted, which prevented users from logging in. Now I have successfully solved the LDAP problem, but the CalibreRM server is not recovering. I’ve tried almost everything a google search can give, but I still haven’t finished the joke.

Error message: “Warning: CaliberRM connection failed: Connection refused. Check CaliberRM settings. ”

Here’s what I’ve done so far:

1. Control panel -> caliber PM. Changing / modifying values ​​in the Global Properties tab to ensure correct settings

2. Control panel -> caliber PM. Directory Services Disabled

3. Add a local administrator to the computer and try to log in with this user

4. Use the default username and password (admin / admin) to login

5. Used a corrupted / previous service account to log in

caliberrm error connecting to database

None of this worked.

I also stopped / started the SQM monitor. Also used tips from some of the messagesforum postings about force termination of SQM process or something similar. It still didn’t work.

Any help is appreciated.

What Formats Does Caliber Support To Convert From / To?

Caliber

supports converting many input formats to many output formats.It can convert any input format from the list below to any output format.

Input formats: AZW, AZW3, AZW4, CBZ, CBR, CBC, CHM, DJVU, DOCX, EPUB, FB2, FBZ, HTML, HTMLZ, LIT, LRF, MOBI, ODT, PDF, PRC, PDB, PML, RB, RTF, SNB, TCR, TXT, TXTZ

Output formats: AZW3, EPUB, DOCX, FB2, HTMLZ, OEB, LIT, LRF, MOBI, PDB, PMLZ, RB, PDF, RTF, SNB, TCR, TXT, TXTZ, ZIP

Note

PRC is a generic format. Caliber supports PRC files with TextRead and MOBIBook headers.PDB is also a common format. Kaliber supports eReader, Plucker (input only), PML and zTxt PDB files.DJVU support is only for converting DJVU files containing embedded text. They are usually generated by OCR software.There are two types of MOBI books: Mobi6 and KF8. Caliber fully supports both. MOBI files often have the extension .azw or .azw3.DOCX files Microsoft Word 2007 and later are supported.

Choosing An EDI Gateway Solution

When I put my hat onanalyst or operator to ensure that complaints are handled successfully from start to delivery, I may have serious problems with each system as a whole. processing flow.

  • Tracking the lifecycle of a complaint is difficult or has many stages.
  • Troubleshooting crash messages and identifying root causes takes time and requires business and technical knowledge to find complex systems.
  • When resubmitting, you often need to re-process the entire file or manually edit files of unknown formats.
  • Resolving these problems usually results in a loss of performance over a period of hours or days.

Some of these issues are related to the system chosen to handle EDI files. Tracking EDI appointments can be difficult when EDI reception, EDI validation, EDI conversion, and EDI file routing are done by custom back-end applications. As is often the case, custom systems that have evolved over many years of internal development can evolve as opposed toA dedicated EDI gateway that provides a clear understanding of whether EDI files have failed and why.

If gateway operations are performed by an integration platform or other industry standard solution, specialized knowledge may be required to translate seemingly cryptic error messages and determine the root cause of the problem. In a recent blog on EDI Tracking and Reporting Data, errors are presented as several related errors that apply to different XML files. However, without experience and knowledge of how to translate EDI files to XML, it is difficult to determine the root cause, and fixing it can be overwhelming.