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Call to WPG_SESSION API failed...9IAS

Posted on 2003-10-21
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Hi,

after installing IAS I can't reach the stored proceduresin my database. I receive the message in the subject:
HTTP-503 ORA-6550 <B>Call to WPG_SESSION API Failed.</B><BR>

Does anyone any idea what to do in this situation? Need to reallocate some resources?
I haven't found any related docs on the net?
Thanks in advance: thrash
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Question by:thrasher_hu
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You have entered a wrong TNS destination, the module is unable to connect to the database.
Try to correct the parameter in the dad configuration.

david
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