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Re: MySQL Notifier--High Severity Error
Posted by: Jacqy Ley
Date: September 05, 2013 10:47AM

Javier Treviño Wrote:
> Since the excerpt of the Stack Trace you copied
> into your post indicates the Notifier tried to
> automatically add the default MySQL Windows
> Services, tried to inspect the INI files and
> failed, I suspect that you somehow erased those
> INI files. Can you please verify this?

After the installation, the Notifier pops up automatically, stating error. I didn't find any INI files, but rather a *.config file, in which i deleted. The Notifier created a new config file, but still displays the error message.

> I recommend you close the Notifier, uninstall it
> (via the MySQL Installer or via the Uninstall a
> Program option in Windows), and then uninstall the
> MySQL Server(s) you installed, make sure you
> remove all leftovers of the installation in
> C:\ProgramData\MySQL and reinstall again using the
> MySQL Installer, you should not run into any
> issues.

I reinstalled the Notifier, but it still gives the same error with these details:

at MySQL.Utility.IniFile.HasKey(String section, String keyToFind)
at MySql.Notifier.MySQLService.GetStartupParameters()
at MySql.Notifier.MySQLService.FindMatchingWBConnections()
at MySql.Notifier.MySQLService.SetServiceParameters(Boolean doNotFetchInstanceIfOffline)
at MySql.Notifier.MachinesList.AutoAddLocalServices()
at MySql.Notifier.MachinesList.InitialLoad()
at MySql.Notifier.MachinesList..ctor()
at MySql.Notifier.Notifier..ctor()
at MySql.Notifier.NotifierApplicationContext..ctor()
at MySql.Notifier.Program.Main(String[] args)

Since i didn't install Server product this time, i didn't see it on the list of uninstall, so i'm not sure if any Server product files are left in my computer. However, i opened the Windows services and found MySQL-NetworkID, and for some reason, i cannot remove it. Disabling the service did not affect the error given by Notifier.

> Also to make our product better, please raise a
> bug report in for the
> Notifier product stating the Notifier does not
> start and throws an unhandled exception when the
> INI files are not found (if you verified this was
> indeed the root cause of the problem).
> Best Regards.

Im suspecting something went wrong with my initial installtion of Server product, maybe the anti-virus program and firewall are having conflicts, or something to do with Visual Studio plug-in not installed.

Before i report the bug, it would be very thankful if anyone can help me make sure all contents of the Server product is removed from my computer.


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September 03, 2013 07:36PM
Re: MySQL Notifier--High Severity Error
September 05, 2013 10:47AM
September 24, 2013 10:06AM

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