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Author: Louis Hardy
Publication date: January 2008
Product version: Office Communications Server 2007 R2
Handouts in the LiveMeeting 2007 console are a way to transfer files to members of a meeting. When the user attempts to upload a file to handout he will get the error Upload Failed. If you check the Pwconsoledebug.log you will find the following error. This log is use to troubleshoot LiveMeeting 2007 and is on by default. It is located in %temp% directory on the client.
You will see the following error in the Pwconsole Log. MC] 17:36:50:963 GMT [PID 2416] [THREAD 5044] [D] FileTransferProgressDialog::OnInit[MC] 17:36:51:119 GMT [PID 2416] [THREAD 5044] [D] BlobManagerC::cRejectUpload[MC] 17:36:51:119 GMT [PID 2416] [THREAD 5044] [D] BlobManagerC::threadAndServerDone[MC] 17:36:52:525 GMT [PID 2416] [THREAD 5044] [D] FileTransferProgressDialog::OnDestroy On the server side you would use the OCSLogger tool to log data from DataMCU component. We got the error below on the server side.
TL_ERROR(TF_COMPONENT) 04DC.08C8::12/13/2007-22:47:37.647.000003cc (DataMCU,Logger.error:254.idx(78))( 49296756 )class placeware.apps.blobparts.BlobManagerS=BlobManagerS::sRequestUploadBlob - block all files
You can get more information on the Intelligent IM Filter in the OCS 2007 Administration Guide.http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=CB7DC2DE-4504-484E-9229-BD8614BE0633&displaylang=en