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dolenmat
Calcite | Level 5

Hello Guys,

 

I have SAS VA 7.3 installed on windows server.

When I'm trying to import data to Report Designer, Data preparation or Data explorer I'm having the issue with following message:

"Stateful service processing was unable to find an object matching the passed id: scopedTarger.sas.svcs.statefulServicesHolder03053ae0-a1cd-41c9-9c4e-15v5a1fc9b80. It is likely the backing session timed out or was otherwise destroyed. Or the object was previously deleted by the client." or as seen below.

 

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When i cancel this action and try it again it usually works and I'm able to import. Sometimes it take about 6 of this cancellation processes to be able to import data.

 

I have recently applied hotfix V90010 and W71006, which didn't helped at all.

 

i would appreciate and hits and advice.

 

Thanks in advance

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DanLees
Fluorite | Level 6

Have you seen this:
http://support.sas.com/kb/45/161.html

 

I wonder if it has something to do with your config. Looks like the fix isn't particularly easy, but does look straightforward if you follow the steps properly.

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DanLees
Fluorite | Level 6

Have you seen this:
http://support.sas.com/kb/45/161.html

 

I wonder if it has something to do with your config. Looks like the fix isn't particularly easy, but does look straightforward if you follow the steps properly.

dolenmat
Calcite | Level 5

Will take a look and give it a try, thanks

dolenmat
Calcite | Level 5

Thank you very much for your help, it seems that it helped and solved this issue.

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