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Ric
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It is the connector causing the issue:

Uninstalled MySQL same issue
Uninstalled connector issue stopped
Reinstalled MySQL no issue
Installed connector 6.5.4 aok

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Michel Jansen
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Ric,

Can you give a screenshot of the settings (MySQL) in SolidCP.

We have the same setup in our lab without any issues.

Regards,

Michel

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Ric
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Michel,

I couldnt even get to the MySQL config.  As soon as i installed the connector it prevented me from accessing anything through the portal.  Quite literally logged in and then the above error occured.

I could only get rid of that issue by removing the connector and installing 6.5.4.

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Michel Jansen
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Ric,

We are going to try to emulate this in our lab.

Regards,

Michel

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Marco Tiggelaar
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Hello,

After some research it only occurs if the connector is installed on the same site as Portal.

It is actually due to mysql provider adding a sitemap in machine.config in their later versions.

To solve this i have added:

<remove name=”MySqlSiteMapProvider” />

in between the <providers> tags to the Portal web.config which seems to resolve the issue

You guys can do it for a temp fix or simply wait untill our latest stable goes live end this month.

Regards,

Marco

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