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Thread: another checkpoint snafu?

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    Default another checkpoint snafu?

    My provider-1 system is SPLAT NGx R71.30.

    I downloaded the latest Checkpoint Web visualization tool for R71.30 (checkpoint released this on May 1st 2011). When I run the checkpoint visualization tool for one of my CMAs, I get this:

    /etc/scripts/web/Xalan: error while loading shared libraries: libxalan-c1_4_0.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    + cd /etc/scripts/files
    + rm -f CKP_mutex::__CkpReg_Mutex_ CKP_mutex::_opt_CPmds-R71_database__SessionCache_1 CKP_mutex::checkpoint_rand_mutex CKP_mutex::fwca_crl_mutex


    Nice going Checkpoint. Please QA your product prior to releasing it into the public.

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    Default Re: another checkpoint snafu?

    Looks like a problem with LD_LIBRARY_PATH.

    cpdb2html.csh has lines there to add the webviz root directory to LD_LIBRARY_PATH, but it's been commented out.

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    Default Re: another checkpoint snafu?

    Quote Originally Posted by northlandboy View Post
    Looks like a problem with LD_LIBRARY_PATH.

    cpdb2html.csh has lines there to add the webviz root directory to LD_LIBRARY_PATH, but it's been commented out.
    In other words, a "broken" product. I knew I should not get my hope up that Checkpoint QA is going to get better.

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    Default Re: another checkpoint snafu?

    Apparently it works on the R75 and R75.10 boxes, so I would say that they tested on those and assumed would work on the R71.30 as well.

    We have the same problem as well on our R71.30 SPLAT Provider-1

    Was able to generate a web export installing the Windows version to a PC and then running remotely

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    Default Re: another checkpoint snafu?

    Quote Originally Posted by mcnallym View Post
    Apparently it works on the R75 and R75.10 boxes, so I would say that they tested on those and assumed would work on the R71.30 as well.
    My eight years old daughter can assume things as well. I pay checkpoint support/subscription so I expect Checkpoint to actually test and QA the product instead of "assuming" that it will work.

    As I've mentioned before, wishful thinking on my part in thinking that Checkpoint is getting better.

    Any thoughts ChillyJim?

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    Default Re: another checkpoint snafu?

    I would never recommend running the webviz tool directly on the CMA anyway.... It's better off used as a remote CPMI client - this also minimises the risks to your CMA from files being in the wrong place or memory leaks or any other issues there. There's many ways to skin a cat...

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