[mapguide-users] MG2.4 Feature Source FDO Error 559 - Connect Failed
tedghill at gmail.com
Mon Jul 23 11:46:10 PDT 2012
I am currently running MG Version 2.4 x64 on IIS running PHP, which I have
just upgraded to from MG 2.2. My problem is due to a number of data
connections which were previously working properly, but now appear to be
broken or improperly linked.
Below is the error message given by the log files when I tried to "Test
Connection" for an SDF Feature Source in Maestro (I recieve similar messages
when trying all other data connection types too):
<2012-07-23T09:26:55> 2016 MapGuide Maestro v126.96.36.19939 127.0.0.1
Error: An exception occurred in FDO component.
Error occurred in Feature Source
An exception occurred in FDO component.
SDF connect failed. File does not exist or cannot be opened in
specified access mode.
- MgFdoConnectionManager.Open() line 333 file
- MgFdoConnectionManager.CacheFdoConnection() line 1099 file
- MgFdoConnectionManager.Open() line 1091 file
(Cause: , Root Cause: )
- MgFeatureServiceHandler.ProcessOperation() line 83 file
- MgOpTestFeatureSourceConnection.Execute() line 100 file
- MgServerFeatureService.TestConnection() line 243 file
- MgFdoConnectionManager.Open() line 368 file
>From what I understand, my main issue is that the files mentioned in the
error message actually do not exist on my computer, as I have been unable to
locate them. I have also checked the FDO directory in the MapGuide
installation, and all of the correct DLLs appear to be there, as well as the
providers.xml document which looks correct. I am presuming either an error
on my part when installing MG2.4, or an error with the 2.4 installer on my
machine is to blame; although I believe the former to be more possible since
I am still new to MGOS. On that note, my apologies if this is a trivial
Can anybody please advise me about what the next best steps to take would
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