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Error While Inspecting Workspace - SBL-DAT-00144: Could Not Find 'Applet' Named 'XX'. This Object Is Inactive Or Nonexistent (Doc ID 2703780.1)

Last updated on MARCH 25, 2021

Applies to:

Siebel Tools - Version 17.0 [IP2017] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When attempting to inspect the workspace after making chnages in the Read Only property for a Control in an Applet, the following error occurs:

SBL-DAT-00144: Could not find 'Applet' named 'XX'. This Object is inactive or nonexistent.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Logged into Siebel Tools / Web Tools.
2. Created a Workspace.
3. Modified a Read Only Property for a control in an Applet.
4. Logged into Client.
5. Navigate to work-spaces > Click on Open on the my workspace > clicked Inspect
6. Navigate to the view where I have modified the object.

Following errors are found in the object manager log file:

ObjMgrLog Error 1 00000cc85f34112d:0 2020-08-12 12:35:55 (acrscengine.cpp (1726)) SBL-DAT-00825: Access to Resource Siebel Runtime Metadata Publisher Service of type BUS_SVC is denied
ObjMgrLog Error 1 00000cc85f34112d:0 2020-08-12 12:35:55 (model.cpp (4323)) SBL-DAT-00227: Unable to create the Business Service 'Siebel Runtime Metadata Publisher Service'
ObjMgrLog Error 1 00000cc85f34112d:0 2020-08-12 12:35:55 (acrscengine.cpp (1726)) SBL-DAT-00825: Access to Resource Siebel Runtime Metadata Publisher Service of type BUS_SVC is denied
ObjMgrLog Error 1 00000cc85f34112d:0 2020-08-12 12:35:55 (model.cpp (4323)) SBL-DAT-00227: Unable to create the Business Service 'Siebel Runtime Metadata Publisher Service'
ObjMgrSRFLog Warning 2 00000cc85f34112d:0 2020-08-12 12:35:55 (objdef.cpp (18630)) SBL-DAT-00144: Could not find 'Applet' named 'XYZ'. This object is inactive or nonexistent.

Cause

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