Network and Classroom Management Thread, Eclipse2 network connection error (very frustrating)! in Technical; We did some network updates during the summer (CC3 to CC4.. don't ask) and now our eclipse2 package is giving ...
11th September 2008, 01:03 PM #1
Eclipse2 network connection error (very frustrating)!
We did some network updates during the summer (CC3 to CC4.. don't ask) and now our eclipse2 package is giving us the most annoying error which we can't figure out!
ERROR: Network connection aborted by localhost
SOURCE: Userarea.Initialise (RuntimeDLL)
..which comes up as soon as eclipse loads (and wont go away). Machine has no firewall set (at least the MS one says disabled) and workstation security is zero, although we don't know whether it is something that CC4 has broken.
However, I just wanted to see if anyone had seen this on their own network (for whatever reason), or could suggest what the message means!
11th September 2008, 01:15 PM #2
What database are you using?
Is eclipse installed completely on the local workstation or on a network share?
11th September 2008, 01:29 PM #3
We have eclipse on the central FR server with the client software installed on workstations for access to it. It does actually appear to pull down the database from the server and show it (as we can see the database entries when we first load it up), however this error prevents the user from doing anything within the eclipse client.
19th October 2008, 06:48 PM #4
Local Priv User
Have you tried making your user local priviledge.
That worked for us with eclipse although I can't remember the error we were encountering.
18th August 2011, 04:34 PM #5
- Rep Power
Did you ever get this sorted? Just moved ours from the admin network to the CC4 network and i'm getting exactly the same error.
18th August 2011, 04:52 PM #6
Wow.. nearly 3 years ago so memory really struggling here! TBH I really can't remember what it was, but I don't remember it being an issue for long so it couldn't have been a big one for us to sort.
In hindsight maybe I should have posted back here when we sorted it for ref in future for others! I know around that time we downloaded the-then latest version of Eclipse and made a updated package (with CC4) - whether this would for good measure or as the solution, again I can't remember.
Also check the file/folder permissions area in CC4 to ensure it is still present in there to attach to the database (i.e: with us, the database is on RMPublic).
19th August 2011, 02:11 PM #7
- Rep Power
Thanks for your reply.
I ended up opening a support ticket with the company.
Turns out it was a proxy problem. I had to send them the security.mdb file and my proxy details and then they sent it back including those details. I replaced the original file and it worked.
They said it was a known problem with CC4 and responded really quickly although i couldn't find anything relating to it on there support site.
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