CMS Assessment tool Known Bugs

Since, the CMS Assessment tool was released two bugs have been reported.


The first, is a bug in the Excel spreadsheet used to display the results.  There's an error when running on non-English versions of Excel.  After hitting the “Load Analysis Results” button, you get this error.  Below is an example of what this error looks like in German:


Laufzeitfehler '1004':

Die PivotItems-Eigentschaft des PivotField-Objektes kann nicht

zugeordnet werden.


A simple workaround is to switch to the language Excel is using to English.


The 2nd bug is a timeout error when running an analysis of the large CMS repositories on .Net 1.1.


We are testing fixes to both of these now and will release an update in a few weeks.


I'll continue to watch the newsgroups looking for any other reports of errors.  But you can post comments here too.

Comments (2)

  1. poysindust says:

    I have been trying to use the CMS Assessment tool on a Windows 2000 SP4 server with all updates and MCMS 2002.  I seem to be able to get through all the windows but when the tool comes up with "Analyzing" it stays there for about 30 sends then runs the rest of the tool in less then a second.

    In the end when I check the CmsAssessmentTool.log, I get the error "While running site analyzer: Login failed for user ”. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection."  

    I am using a domain account with full access to both the CMS repository AND SQL Server databases for CMS.  

    Can you look into this issue and see if you can reproduce it or let me know how to fix it?


  2. sirisha@123 says:

    I am trying to run the assessment tool for a custom site but the reports for PAPI related are not generated where as the files have its usage.Can you throw light on this?

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