Encountered a fatal error during reverse engineering

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Hi guys,

I am posting here my experience while I've been doing some reverse engineering of some database objects from an Oracle 10G server into Microsoft Visio 2003, I received and error message that states, encountered a fatal error during reverse engineering of information from the database.

Encountered a fatal error during reverse engineering of information from the database!

Guys, I've already been drained while thinking for some good solution to this problem. I tried a lot of stuff in the internet, but it does not give any help on my problem.

Please extend your helping hands on this issue. I hope to hear from you soon. More power to techyv. Thanks a lot.

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Encountered a fatal error during reverse engineering

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Encountered a fatal error during reverse engineering

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I’m not familiar with reverse engineering processes but since this is an application error, it is better to check if your system has no errors that might cause this problem. I think you are already using this application with your reverse engineering projects and this is the only time it gave you this kind of error. We can now set aside the possibility of having an incompatibility issue between the application and the operating system. Try completely uninstalling Microsoft Visio and then install it back. This will fix any corrupted files in the installation and will also restore its settings back to default. Try it again after reinstalling the application.

If you still get the same error as before, try checking your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application when checking the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system, use a disk utility application like PC Tools Performance Toolkit, Norton Utilities, or Norton SystemWorks.

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