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Validating QXO Configuration
Using the Validate Configuration feature under the Utilities node in the Configuration tab, you can validate your QXO configuration. Validating your configuration helps you identify and rectify any issues with your QXO setup.
Using the validation feature you can validate your configuration for the following:
Source applications
Business objects
Profiles
Subscribers
Delivery schedules
Archive settings
Event types
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In the Configuration tab, click Utilities|Validate Configuration in the navigation tree. The Validate Configuration screen displays.

Validate Configuration
The Validate Configuration utility provides validation information—severity, message, and cause—about each aspect of your QXO configuration. A severity level of 1 indicates a critical error. A severity level of 2 is an advisory to check your configuration.
Configuration Messages shows the types of information provided.

Configuration Messages
 
Severity
Message
Cause
SOURCE APPLICATION TYPES
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No source application types defined
No source application types have been set up in the Configuration/Source Applications menu.
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No source applications defined
No source applications have been set up for a source application type in the Configuration/Source Applications menu.
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No business objects defined
The default business objects have not been loaded for the source application type, and none have been manually entered.
SOURCE APPLICATIONS
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No databases defined
No databases have been set up in the configuration/source applications/databases menu.
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Could not connect to the qxevents database
Either the qxevents database configuration is incorrect or the database is not running.
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No domains defined
In a source application with a domain enabled QAD Enterprise Applications database, no domains have been set up in the Configuration/Source Applications/Domains menu.
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No event types defined
The default data has not been loaded into the qxevents database.
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No event types are active
No event types in the Configuration/Source Applications/Event Types list have been checked as activated.
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No event service configured
There are either no event services set up, or no existing event service has the source application registered.
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No subscribers configured
There are either no subscribers set up, or no existing subscriber has the source application registered.
SOURCE APPLICATION DATABASES
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<Progress database connection message>
Error connecting to the database. Either it is incorrectly configured in the settings, or the database is not running.
DOMAIN
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Does not exist in QAD Enterprise Applications for source application <src-app>
The source application has a domain configured, but it does not exist in the QAD Enterprise Applications database for this source application.
EVENT TYPES
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Has no related business object for source application <src-app>
An event type has been set to be activated, but there is no business object that uses it.
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Not registered with event service for source application QADERP
The active event type is not registered with any event service.
BUSINESS OBJECTS
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Has active event types but is not registered to a message publisher for source application type <src-app-type>
A business object has an activated event type but has no message publisher, so it will not be published.
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Registered to message publisher <msg-publisher> but has no active event types
A business object is registered to a message publisher but there are no active event types, either because they are not activated or the data watch is turned off.
BUSINESS OBJECT Group
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Related event types are not registered with the same event service.
If active event types in a business object group are not registered with the same event service, business objects in the group will be processed by different event services, which defeats the purpose of business object groups since you cannot guarantee that data of designated business objects will be processed as set up in the group in a single-thread manner.
PROFILES
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Profile for active business object <bo-name> is not registered to a subscriber
The business object is active, and a profile other than the default has been created, but it has not been registered with a subscriber.
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Registered to subscriber <sub-name> for business object <bo-name> but has no active event types
The business object this profile is related to is not active yet the profile is registered to a subscriber.
SUBSCRIBERS
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No registered profiles
The subscriber has no registered profiles.
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No registered source applications
The subscriber has no registered source applications.
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No message sender defined
The subscriber is not registered with any message senders.
DELIVERY SCHEDULES
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Not assigned to a subscriber
The delivery schedule is configured but is not being used by any subscribers.
ARCHIVE
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Configured to delete event messages but no active business objects are set to archive
The archive service will delete event messages if directed, however each individual business object has an archive flag, and in this case no active business objects have that flag set.