Technical Forum

SIMATIC WinCC

Wincc Database problem

Thread Starter: Duncan   Started: 7/24/2006 11:21 AM   Replies: 22

« Previous thread Next thread »
123» Page 1 of 3 (23 items)
  7/24/2006, 11:21 AM
Joined 6/14/2006
Last visit: 1/12/2007
Posts: 22
Rating:
Rated: Excellent [5 out of 5 / rated 1 time(s)]. (1) 
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Hi Friends,

I am facing a problem with wincc.Whenever I try to open an existing project it gives me error saying the related .mcp file could not be loaded and error 0x80046127.
Also in Simatic manager environment an error is coming which says wincc objects cannot be edited(possible causes:1.The required database is not installed,2.The required access rights are not available)..

I have checked the authentication in security od SQL server its is set at mixed(sql server and windows)..

Could you please provide me some pointers to get out of this problem..

Note:I am working  with wincc of PCS7 environment

Thanks in advance..
Duncan.
Top
  7/24/2006, 11:54 AM
Joined 4/24/2006
Last visit: 9/29/2014
Posts: 5583
Rating:
Rated: Excellent [4.19 out of 5 / rated 533 time(s)]. (533) 
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Hello Duncan,


Have you seen the following link:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/19439600


Best regards,

Wizard



=== Edited by Wizard @ 7/24/2006 11:59 AM [GMT ] ===
Sorry, I guess you have. I just have to read a little better!!!!!

Top
  7/24/2006, 12:08 PM
Joined 6/14/2006
Last visit: 1/12/2007
Posts: 22
Rating:
Rated: Excellent [5 out of 5 / rated 1 time(s)]. (1) 
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Thanks wizard for your informarion,but I am still facing the same problem.I checked the authentication in sql server and it is set at correct setting i.e.mixed.
Also i am not able to create any new project and facing same error..
Top
  7/24/2006, 4:18 PM
Joined 10/28/2005
Last visit: 9/1/2014
Posts: 1073
Rating:
Rated: Outstanding [3.69 out of 5 / rated 64 time(s)]. (64) 
Users with special expertise supervising conferences
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Hi,

Are you logged on as local administrator?

Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, Amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.
Top
  7/25/2006, 6:27 AM
Joined 6/14/2006
Last visit: 1/12/2007
Posts: 22
Rating:
Rated: Excellent [5 out of 5 / rated 1 time(s)]. (1) 
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Yes I have logged in as administrator.
I attempted to change some passwords in sql server.Could it be a reason?
If yes,how to get out of this?

Thanks...
Duncan..



=== Edited by Duncan @ 7/25/2006 6:27 AM [GMT ] ===


Top
  7/25/2006, 7:59 AM
Joined 9/28/2005
Last visit: 9/29/2014
Posts: 3149
Rating:
Rated: Outstanding [3.53 out of 5 / rated 164 time(s)]. (164) 
Users with special expertise supervising conferences
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Hi,

why are you fumbling in your database???? You know this is always dangerous...

nemo
Top
  7/25/2006, 9:44 AM
Joined 10/28/2005
Last visit: 9/1/2014
Posts: 1073
Rating:
Rated: Outstanding [3.69 out of 5 / rated 64 time(s)]. (64) 
Users with special expertise supervising conferences
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Hi,

You are self supplying the answer to your question.
You wrote in your first post: 2.The required access rights are not available)..

Now you are saying that you changed passwords, looks you have found your cause.

Maybe there are several solutions to fix it, but I will not spend my time on finding out ( as more then often said on this forum, please stay out the databases, or on your own risk).

A re-install of sql and wincc would almost surely solve your problem, but it's up to you how to solve it.

with regards,
Ikkezelf

Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, Amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.
Top
  7/26/2006, 6:39 AM
Joined 6/14/2006
Last visit: 1/12/2007
Posts: 22
Rating:
Rated: Excellent [5 out of 5 / rated 1 time(s)]. (1) 
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 

Thanks for your suggesstions guys.
In future I will surely think twice before doing any database realted activity.

Duncan.

Top
  7/26/2006, 7:35 AM
Joined 5/19/2006
Last visit: 7/29/2014
Posts: 531
Rating:
Rated: Excellent [4.31 out of 5 / rated 80 time(s)]. (80) 
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Hi Duncan,
Did you changed by the chance WinCCAdmin or WinCCConnect passwords?blush

Dec
Top
  7/26/2006, 2:13 PM
Joined 6/14/2006
Last visit: 1/12/2007
Posts: 22
Rating:
Rated: Excellent [5 out of 5 / rated 1 time(s)]. (1) 
Rated: no ratings [0 out of 5 / rated 0 time(s)]. (0) 
Hi Dec,

You guess right.By mistake I changed the WinCCAdmin and WinCCConnect passwords.The worst part is I dont know the old passwords now.Do you have any suggesstion to fix this problem?

Thanks..
Duncan.
Top
123» Page 1 of 3 (23 items)
Actions