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    Post by Admin on Fri Nov 25, 2011 5:36 am

    Troubleshooting common Lotus Notes/Domino error messages


    Error messages are not only annoyances to Lotus Notes/Domino users and
    administrators. They are also calls to action to fix issues with a Notes
    client or Domino server. We've compiled some of our most frequently
    asked questions about Lotus Notes/Domino error messages and accompanying
    expert answers and suggestions from knowledgeable peers on our ITKnowledgeExchange.
    If you're receiving error messages when accessing Lotus Notes
    databases, migrating to Lotus Notes 8 or when synchronizing a BlackBerry
    mobile device with Lotus Notes, you'll find the answers to fix it here.
    Check out our entire top 10 Lotus Notes/Domino error message FAQs.



    TROUBLESHOOTING COMMON LOTUS NOTES/DOMINO ERROR MESSAGES


    1. 'Your current ID does not specify an Internet certificate for signing'
    2. Lotus Notes 8 migration error: 'Database has not been opened yet'
    3. Lotus Notes access error: 'database is not opened yet'
    4. BlackBerry Intellisync error: 'Please see log for details.'


    5. Error message when creating agent: 'Error creating product object'
    6. 'The object store that is used by this note was not found'
    7. Domino server error message:' Entry Not Found in Index'
    8. 'Network operation did not complete in a reasonable amount of time'
    9. Database error: 'Database Corrupt -- Cannot Allocate Space'
    10. Lotus Notes error: 'You are not authorized to the database for user's local mail file'




    1. 'Your current ID does not specify an Internet certificate for signing'


    I have a Lotus Notes user who is receiving the following message:
    "You have requested to sign this Internet message, but your current ID
    does not specify an Internet certificate for signing. Select OK to send
    the message anyway." Can you tell me what to do in this situation?



    This is an error message that has caused end-user confusion for
    years, and normally is caused when a user sets the default setting to
    sign emails.


    In Lotus Notes, this is done via the PKI (Public Key
    Infrastructure) of your existing Lotus Notes ID. Your client signs
    messages to other Lotus Notes recipients with your public key.


    For mail sent via the Internet, Lotus Notes keys will not work.
    You need to have a X.509 certificate integrated into your Lotus Notes
    ID. However, this isn't common since these keys aren't generally issued
    to people who don't need them.


    When the Notes client goes to sign the Internet message, it
    cannot find a valid certificate to use, and generates the error. To
    suppress this, change the default setting of signing messages. If that
    isn't possible, then the user can acknowledge the dialog box when it
    appears.
    —Mike Lazar, Lotus Notes/Domino Administration Expert
    Return to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    2. Lotus Notes 8 migration error: 'Database has not been opened yet'


    Our Lotus Notes 7 and Notes 8 clients are experiencing problems.
    We recently added a functionality that lets Notes users select the
    attachments they want to keep after migrating to Lotus Notes 8. The
    problem is that attachments open on some machines, but not on others.
    When they don't open, I receive the error message, "Database has not
    been opened yet." How do I fix this?



    Generally, LotusScript code generates this error when it
    instantiates an invalid database object handle and then tries to work
    with the object handle. This could be happening if the server and/or
    file path are incorrect or if the current machine cannot connect to the
    target server. Most likely, though, the user does not have access to
    open the target database.
    —Brad Balassaitis, Domino Designer Expert
    Return to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    3. Lotus Notes access error: 'database is not opened yet'


    I have written Web services in Lotus Notes Domino R7, but receive
    the error, "database is not opened yet" when trying to access the Lotus
    Notes database from another Domino server. My Web service is signed with
    the Lotus Notes ID to run a Web service or agent on the specified
    Domino server. In a previous post about troubleshooting a database Intranetservicio.nsf error,
    you suggested changing a security setting in Lotus Notes Domino R6.
    What security setting should I change in Lotus Notes Domino R7?



    There are two aspects to look at: Agent security settings and Lotus Domino server security settings.


    You mentioned that the agent is signed with a Lotus Notes ID,
    which the Domino server allows to run agents. That is good. The other
    part is a setting that I believe was new in Lotus Notes Domino R6, which
    allows Lotus Notes databases on one server to open databases on another
    server in the background. Prior to Lotus Notes Domino R6, there was no
    protocol in place to allow that trust.


    In either Lotus Notes Domino R6 or R7, you need to open the
    server document of the Lotus Domino server containing the target
    database. Next, add the name of the server containing the Web service to
    the "Trusted Servers" field on the "Security" tab.
    —Brad Balassaitis, Domino Designer Expert
    Return to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    4. BlackBerry Intellisync error: 'Please see log for details.'

    After I synced my BlackBerry 7290 mobile device with my Lotus
    Notes Release 6.5 calendar, I received an Intellisync error, "A Lotus
    Notes error has occurred. Please see log for details." When I view the
    log through the Desktop Manager, it displays the message, "Internal
    error #4238. Translation Canceled."


    I have absolutely no clue what is causing the BlackBerry
    Intellisync error. I've uninstalled and reinstalled everything that I
    can think of: Desktop Manager 4.0, BlackBerry OS 4.0, and even Lotus
    Notes itself. I'm at the point where I'm wondering if the mail file
    (.nsf) may be corrupt. I can't see any Lotus Notes calendar entries that
    look unusual though, so I'm at a loss. Could you please advise?



    I recommend that you contact support. One thing that might help is to
    use over-the-air synchronization, instead of relying on the Desktop
    Manager -- if this is an option.
    —Valerie Wang, Lotus Notes/Domino and BlackBerry Expert
    Return to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    5. Error message when creating agent: 'Error creating product object'

    I created an agent using the Lotus Connectors LotusScript
    Extension (LCLSX) to connect to a DB2 table. But I continue to receive
    the following error message,

    "Error creating product object" on the line Set src = New
    LCConnection ("db2"). I don't reference the uidoc in my code. What is
    the problem?



    Domino Designer's Help suggests that you record the error and contact
    IBM Lotus. However, there is a separate Help document that explains how
    to get a more detailed message from the LSX session. Try this in your
    error handler.


    Without the session object and subsequent test in the error
    handler, failure while creating a connection to DB2 generates the
    LotusScript message, "Error creating product object." For the same error
    condition, the LSX reports, "Error: Cannot load LSX library 'db2'."

    Handler:
    If (Session.Status 7lt;7gt; LCSUCCESS) Then
    Messagebox Session.GetStatusText, 0,
    "The following Lotus Connector error has occurred"
    Else
    Messagebox Error$, 0,
    "The following LotusScript error has occurred"
    End If
    End
    End Sub

    —Brad Balassaitis, Domino Designer ExpertReturn to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    6. 'The object store that is used by this note was not found'


    What does the following Lotus Notes database error mean and how do I run the task it refers to? The object store that is used by this note was not found. Run the object store COLLECT task on this database.


    This error message refers to Lotus Notes Shared Mail. It is generally
    not used, as disk space has become inexpensive and the effort involved
    in cleaning up such issues can be problematic and costly.


    I can't offer much more without further details. It does seem
    that the Lotus Notes document that is trying to be read/viewed isn't
    being found in the Domino object store. This is generating the error.
    Running Collect would wipe out the reference, but won't solve your
    problem.
    —Mike Lazar, Lotus Notes/Domino Administration expert
    Return to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    7. Domino server error message:' Entry Not Found in Index'


    When setting up a user for Lotus Notes I get this error message, "Server Error: Entry Not Found in Index." Can anyone help me?


    Previously, this problem resulted from a locally edited policy. Try
    to edit/resave all defined policies directly on server replica of
    names.nsf. This should resolve the problem.
    —Superb, IT Knowledge Exchange

    Return to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    8. 'Network operation did not complete in a reasonable amount of time'


    In Lotus Notes 6.5, I can receive email, but I cannot send it. I
    receive the error message, "Network operation did not complete in a
    reasonable amount of time; please retry 157.198.5.33." Why is this error
    occurring?



    Tip #1: I suggest that you open the "Replicator" page in your Notes
    client and manually activate/replicate the line, "Sending outgoing mail"
    (or a similarly named line).


    Tip #2: In your Notes client, open your current "Location" and
    check the "Mail" tab. If the "Mail file location" is "Local," then
    change it to "On Server" to test it. Next, check the "Send outgoing
    mail" field. If it states, "directly to Internet," change it to "through
    Domino server."
    —BesenyoEvetke, IT Knowledge Exchange

    Return to Lotus Notes/Domino error messages FAQs



    9. Database error: 'Database Corrupt -- Cannot Allocate Space'

    I have a Lotus Notes archive database that returns the following
    error message whenever I try to open it, "Database Corrupt -- Cannot
    Allocate Space."



    The most likely cause of this error is a problem with your Notes
    client's Desktop.dsk file. Running Compact or Nfixup on the Desktop.dsk
    may alleviate the problem. In some situations, creating a new copy of
    the damaged database solved the issue. The copy should be made either at
    the operating system-level or via the File, Database, New Copy in
    Notes.


    If running Nfixup at the server console is not an option, as is
    the case with this scenario, your solution would be to delete cache.ndk
    and rename it bookmark.nsf.
    — Egilmore, IT Knowledge Exchange

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    10. Lotus Notes error: 'You are not authorized to the database for user's local mail file'

    One of my Notes users has received the error message, "You are not
    authorized to that database," for his local mail file three times. Then
    he is subsequently locked out. I deleted the local replica and
    recreated twice, but this is a lengthy process because I'm working
    remotely. He is running a Lotus 6.5.6 client and the template is
    StdR7Mail Ver 6.5.3. Does anyone know what's triggering this error
    message?



    The Lotus Notes 6.5.6 client and StdR7Mail template don't belong
    together; you should not use an R7 design template with an R6 client
    because it is not supported. I suggest you delete the local replica, and
    then update the server mail file using an R6 mail template from an R6
    Notes client install. After that, replicate this back to the user's
    machine. I have seen some really weird problems from this type of
    version incompatibility. It might not necessarily be the cause, but you
    should eliminate this possibility before you try anything else.

    —Broxy, IT Knowledge Exchange

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