ODMA Incident Report

X020600: Intermittent PowerPoint Save Failure

Last updated 2002-06-06-17:21 -0700 (pdt)
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Category: Fatal Error - Critical Incident ID: X020600
Priority: 9 - Urgent Status: Under Investigation
Component: Microsoft PowerPoint 97 with ODMA32.dll 2.0.0
Repaired in: tbd
Related information:
X010100: Inadmissible Messages to User
X010101: WordPerfect SP4 Invalid Document IDs
Assigned To: tbd
Reported By: 
Kollin Hutchison (2002-06-04)
Date Logged: 2002-06-06
Date Recorded: 2002-06-06
Date Closed: none

Content

1. Incident Summary

2. If This Is Happening to You

3. Actions Toward Resolution

4. Investigation of Incident

5. Demonstration of Save Failures

Contributors


1. Incident Summary (2002-06-06):

There are intermittent situations where an user of PowerPoint 97 will be unsuccessful in performing a Save to a DMS.

  1. The inappropriate error message, NODMS, is presented by the ODMA Connection Manager.
  2. When the user accepts the error message, PowerPoint simply reverts to where it was when the File | Save or File | Save As ... operation was requested.
  3. Repetition of the Save or Save As ... request leads to the same pattern.
  4. PowerPoint must be exited and restarted to break out of this condition.

1.1 Resolution

Under Investigation

1.2 Work Around

None known at this point

1.3 Configurations Confirmed

The problem has been confirmed with the following configurations:

PowerPoint 97 ODMA 2.0.0-1 ODMA32.dll Connection Manager Documentum Client

 

   

2. If This Is Happening to You (2001-06-06)

If you think you are encountering the same situation, please report to ODMA Tech.

We are seeking a reproducible, predictable condition for this incident.

3. Actions Toward Resolution (2001-06-06):

Continue investigation.

4. Investigation of Incident (as of 2001-06-06):

A reproducible case that can be observed in an ODMA 2.0 log is being sought.

5. Demonstration of Save Failures (2001-06-06):

 [A simple repeatable case that can be used to demonstrate the failure, if available]


Contributors

Kollin Hutchison
researched an intermittent problem and notified ODMA Tech of the difficulty.  Provided additional trouble-shooting reports to narrow the problem situation.
Dennis Hamilton
reviewed the reports, creating this incident report.
 

created 2002-06-06-16:00 -0700 (pdt) by orcmid
$$Author: Orcmid $
$$Date: 02-06-06 17:34 $
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