Class Not Registered

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Question:

I am getting the following error when trying to launch Integration Manager: "Class Not Registered". How can I get around this?

Answer:

If the size of the registry is currently larger than the maximum size allowed, you will receive this error because if you try and write additional information to the registry, the system will stop you from doing that. To increase the size of the registry, you can go to the Control Panel\System icon\Performance tab and then click on the Virtual Memory Change button. At the bottom of the next window is the setting for the Maximum Registry Size. Once this was increased, the Integration Manager could be launched. The Integration Manager will write to the registry both during the actual install and also during the launching of it.




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Article ID: 867333 - Last Review: October 15, 2011 - Revision: 3.0
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