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Registered: ‎05-06-2013
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BES10 Install Failure

Hi All,

 

I'm trying to install the UDS (first component) and at the finalizing prtion of the installation I get "The Universal Device Service has failed."  Here's the last bit of my setup log file:

 

<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:05.636):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper starting...
<#04>[40000] (05/06 14:07:05.636):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper::RetrieveData&colon; Starting retrieve data...
<#04>[40000] (05/06 14:07:05.636):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper::RetrieveData&colon; WinHttpOpenRequest succeeded. SecureConnection: [1].
<#04>[40000] (05/06 14:07:05.636):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper::RetrieveData&colon; WinHttpSetOption succeeded. Flags: 12544.
<#01>[10000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper::RetrieveData&colon; WinHttpSendRequest failing. Error code: 12029. Header length: 82.
<#01>[10000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CRestApiWrapper::GetUserProperties: Failed to retrieve the user account's properties. name: [ubi], type: [1], return: [486003].
<#02>[20000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CUbitexxCoreConnectionDC::CheckCore: Unable to pass the authentication check.
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CUbitexxCoreConnectionDC::GetCoreConnectPassword: return specified password.
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CRestApiWrapper starting requests to 'https://staff.kupar.com:8081' ...
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CPasswordDataCon::Base64Encode succeeded
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper starting...
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:06.644):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper:Smiley FrustratedubmitData&colon; Starting sending data...
<#04>[40000] (05/06 14:07:06.645):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper:Smiley FrustratedubmitData&colon; WinHttpOpenRequest succeeded. SecureConnection: [1]
<#04>[40000] (05/06 14:07:06.645):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper:Smiley FrustratedubmitData&colon; WinHttpSetOption succeeded. Flags: 12544.
<#01>[10000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} CWebRequestWrapper:Smiley FrustratedubmitData&colon; WinHttpSendRequest failing. Error code: 12029. Header length: 86.
<#01>[10000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} CRestApiWrapper:Smiley FrustratedetCertificateAttributes error sending data, result is [486003]
<#01>[10000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} CUbitexxSRPInfoCon::UpdateSRPAddress failed to apply SRP Address and Port.
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} CUbitexxSRPInfoCon::UpdateSRPAddress wrote SRPHost[ca.srp.blackberry.com] SRPPort[3101], result [12]
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} CUbitexxSRPAddressCon::Apply result is [12] - [SRPHost[ca.srp.blackberry.com], SRPPort[3101], CES[0], IVA[1/1/0] LD[1]WD[0] RO[0]]
<#01>[10000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} CDataContainer:Smiley Very HappyoApply: CUbitexxSRPAddressCon failed to apply. Result: 12.
<#03>[30000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} Step ApplyProduct failed
<#01>[10000] (05/06 14:07:07.653):{0x4C74} [CInstallStepSeq::ApplyProduct]: Product application failed.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: BES10 Install Failure

did you allow port 3101 outbound on your firewall?

 




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Re: BES10 Install Failure


knottyrope wrote:

did you allow port 3101 outbound on your firewall?


Yeah, there are no ports that are blocked for outbound communication, but would I have to open it up for inbound?

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Re: BES10 Install Failure

Well I think I fixed that issue, was a DNS failure causing the hostname not to be resolved, but now I've run into another issue:

 

<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:06:51.244):{0x2058}  CUbitexxCoreDataCon::Apply executing - ["C:\Program Files (x86)\IIS\Microsoft Web Deploy V2\msdeploy.exe" -sourceSmiley Tongueackage="C:\Program Files (x86)\Research In Motion\Universal Device Service\setup\core\RIM.BUDS.CoreServer.zip" -dest:auto,includeAcls="False" -verb:sync -disableLink:AppPoolExtension -disableLink:ContentExtension -disableLink:CertificateExtension -setParam:name="IIS Web Application Name",value="UDS.CoreModule"]
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.164):{0x2058} CProcessWrapper::RunCommand: The exit code of the process for "C:\Program Files (x86)\IIS\Microsoft Web Deploy V2\msdeploy.exe" -sourceSmiley Tongueackage="C:\Program Files (x86)\Research In Motion\Universal Device Service\setup\core\RIM.BUDS.CoreServer.zip" -dest:auto,includeAcls="False" -verb:sync -disableLink:AppPoolExtension -disableLink:ContentExtension -disableLink:CertificateExtension -setParam:name="IIS Web Application Name",value="UDS.CoreModule" is [-1].
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.165):{0x2058} CProcessWrapper::RunCommand: Successfully launched the process: "C:\Program Files (x86)\IIS\Microsoft Web Deploy V2\msdeploy.exe" -sourceSmiley Tongueackage="C:\Program Files (x86)\Research In Motion\Universal Device Service\setup\core\RIM.BUDS.CoreServer.zip" -dest:auto,includeAcls="False" -verb:sync -disableLink:AppPoolExtension -disableLink:ContentExtension -disableLink:CertificateExtension -setParam:name="IIS Web Application Name",value="UDS.CoreModule"
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.165):{0x2058} CProcessWrapper::WriteOutputToSetupLog: ===process output===
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.167):{0x2058} Info: Adding sitemanifest (sitemanifest).
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.167):{0x2058} Info: Adding createApp (UDS.CoreModule).
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.167):{0x2058} Info: Adding contentPath (UDS.CoreModule).
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.167):{0x2058}
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.167):{0x2058}  CUbitexxCoreDataCon::Apply executed Return Code is [-1]
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.167):{0x2058} [CUbitexxCoreDataCon::Apply] Parsing the config file: [C:\Program Files (x86)\Research In Motion\Universal Device Service\Core\Web.config].
<#01>[10000] (05/07 15:07:01.169):{0x2058} CXMLImplement::setNamedAttributeValue: Failed to set the value for named attribute [/configuration/appSettings/add[@key="DataProviderConnectionString"]/@value]
<#01>[10000] (05/07 15:07:01.169):{0x2058} [CUbitexxCoreDataCon::Apply] Failed to update the ServerUrl value to [Data Source=KUPARDC01\BLACKBERRY;Network Library=DBMSSOCN;Initial Catalog=UDSMgmt_20130503162722;Persist Security Info=True;Integrated Security=SSPI;MultipleActiveResultSets=True;].
<#01>[10000] (05/07 15:07:01.169):{0x2058} CDataContainer:Smiley Very HappyoApply: UbitexxCoreDataCon failed to apply. Result: 486054.
<#03>[30000] (05/07 15:07:01.169):{0x2058} Step ApplyProduct failed
<#01>[10000] (05/07 15:07:01.169):{0x2058} [CInstallStepSeq::ApplyProduct]: Product application failed.

Anyone have any idea why this msdeploy command is failing?

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Posts: 32,256
Registered: ‎06-25-2008
My Device:

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My Carrier: come to http://www.blackberryforums.com/

Re: BES10 Install Failure

See if this applies

Article ID: KB32021

 




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Re: BES10 Install Failure

No, that KB article doesn't work. I'm completely stuck at this point...