When accessing a web site generated with OECGI the following error message usually indicates that OECGI was unable to log into OpenInsight using the specified (or default) web server registry settings:
To fix this error check the OECGI registry branch on the web server. The chart below will help you locate the path to the correct branch depending on the version of OECGI and windows release.
|64-bit Windows and OECGI3||HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\RevSoft\OECGI3|
|64-bit Windows and OECGI4||HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\RevSoft\OECGI4|
|32-bit Windows and OECGI3||HKLM\SOFTWARE\RevSoft\OECGI3|
|32-bit Windows and OECGI4||HKLM\SOFTWARE\RevSoft\OECGI4|
Note: HKLM is short for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
In the registry branch verify the following key values are correct:
These key values will correspond to the application, user name, and password normally used to launch oinsight.exe. Enter the correct values and re-try loading the web page. OECGI reads the registry branch on every page request so changes take effect immediately. There is no need to restart the OEngineServer service when changing the registry.
You can double check the registry values by trying to log into oinsight.exe using the same values as specified in the registry. If you can't login manually OECGI won't be able to login either.
If the registry branch does not exist you can find the default registry files in your root OpenInsight directory. Look for the files oecgi*.reg and merge the appropriate file into the registry on the web server.