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Mar 7, 2001, 10:15 AM
 
Unable to login or access the Mac OS 9.1 and B&W G3 Forums. Because I get emails of messages posted it is still active, just not able to get in. I've been getting an error each time, and seems to have been having trouble over the last couple days (since Sunday/Monday?).

Mac OS 9.1 w/ all updates, I've tried using Mozilla, Opera, IE5 and iCab.

Not Found
The requested URL /default.html was not found on this server.

Apache/1.3.9 Server at irene.apple.com Port 80

Gregory

An unexpected error has occurred. Please note the exception listed below and try again.

NSGenericException: Exception occured while evaluating 'login', on target::
.
Exception in 'performParentAction:inContext:'.
Parent: ''. Action: 'returnToCaller'.
One of the following errors may have occurred:
1. The parent does not have a method named 'returnToCaller'.
2. An error occured while executing the method 'returnToCaller'.
Please, read the following logs carefully and advise.
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Exception in 'performParentAction:inContext:'.
Parent: ''.
Action: 'Login'.
One of the following errors may have occurred:
1. The parent does not have a method named 'Login'.
2. An error occured while executing the method 'Login'. Please, read the following logs carefully and advise. NSInternalInconsistencyException: rollbackTransaction -- OracleContext 0x1b64638: Unable to rollback transaction
Stack Trace: NSInternalInconsistencyException: rollbackTransaction -- OracleContext 0x1b64638: Unable to rollback transaction
at java.lang.Throwable.(Compiled Code)
at java.lang.Exception.(Compiled Code)
at java.lang.RuntimeException.(Compiled Code)
at com.apple.yellow.foundation.NSException.(Compiled Code)
at GotoKanisa.(Compiled Code)
at com.apple.yellow.webobjects.WOComponent.pageWithNa me(Compiled Code)
at Main.Login(Compiled Code)

     
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Mar 7, 2001, 11:00 AM
 
i've had much the same experience, although one time i tried accessing the forums and all i got was a blank page, endlessing refreshing itself. could be that apple's taken the forums down to retool them a bit...

-r.
     
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Mar 7, 2001, 11:13 AM
 
you're right about probably just retooling. It is online now (7 AM Calif time) and someone thought it was MRJ 2.2.4 related.

The fact that I was getting email updates I knew that people were posting - maybe via other servers than what I access through.

I'd delete the thread now that it is fixed, but that no browser worked and w/o even rebooting it is now up... I just WISH that Apple would put a message when they know that people are trying and they are retooling or something - that "Service is down temporarily" would be so much nicer. I should know, I use to be sort of sysadmin at work and handle all the maintenance, upgrades, and even pull the plug.

Greg
     
   
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