Updating dest list failed
book_not_found_function // WHY THIS Declare cursor failed // WHY THIS Oracle error ORA-01403: no data found // WHY THIS Connected to ORACLE as user:evariste BOOK_ID = BOOK1 Update book BOOK1 path to /home/user1/UNIX_PROGRAMMING_BOOKS BOOK_ID = BOOK2 Update book BOOK2 path to /home/user1/UNIX_PROGRAMMING_BOOKS No book found for this folder /home/user1/unix_programming_books // WHEY THIS? Two rows match the cursor this time, so the first two fetches succeed; the third gets no data.This is expected and you shouldn't treat this as an error - just break the loop, which will also cause seems to still be set from the earlier fetch, so this is misleading.The scanning functionality on my MP171 is not working over my network.All the necessary configurations have been made using the web interface, but it cannot authenticate.
Once these services were deactivated the scan to folder where back and ok on these 2008 R2 servers.However, if a PC is running a 3rd party firewall or if user decided decides to change the USER name of the pc, you're going to run into a big issue that I have yet to find a solution for.Change the default smb port number 139 to 445,using the telnet editing.I phoned client support at Nashua (distributors of the machine), who said Windows 8 is not supported.However, as mentioned, it doesn't work on Windows 7 either.
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It throws several different errors (when I change settings): When I select "Dest." from the scanning screen, select SMB, and browse the network, the computer is listed.