OOo-dev 3.0 error when using OpenOffice

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Hello,

I am just having trouble using OpenOffice and can’t access the OOo-dev configuration data. What does mean the error “OOo-dev cannot be started due to an error in accessing the OOo-dev configuration data”. The full error image attached below and help me to resolve this annoying error message. I would be grateful to you for any assistance. Thanks in advance.

OOo-dev 3.0

OOo-dev cannot be started due to an error in accessing the OOo-dev configuration data.

Please contact your system administrator.

The following internal error has occurred: /org.openoffice.Office.Recovery (and for locale en-US) could not be created. Unable to retrieve the node from the configuration server.

The backend return the following error:

Configuration parser: a com.sun.star/xml-sax.SAXParseException occurred while parsing: – {Parser Error: [line 1] invalid token error}. Configuration Parser: a com.sun.star.xml.sax.SAXParserException occurred while parsing: – {Parser Error: [line 1]: invalid tokenerror}.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #187778

OOo-dev 3.0 error when using OpenOffice

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Hallo Thomas,

To resolve the issue you are getting, you will need to do the following:

  • On your computer, go to Start -> Run, and then type in “%APPDATA%” (no quotes).
  • In the new window that popped up, open up “OOo-dev3″ or “OpenOffice2″ and then navigate through the following folders: user -> registry -> data
  • Follow the folders as the error was shown (the last ‘part’ is the file), for example: if “/org.openoffice.Office.Recovery” then open the folders org -> openoffice -> Office
  • In the folder, now look at the last part of the string which is the filename, for example: if “/org.openoffice.Office.Recovery” then work with the file Recovery.xcu, example 2: if “/org.openoffice.Office.Common” then work with the file Common.xcu
  • Take that file, and then rename to something else (Recovery -> OLD.Recovery).
  • Start OpenOffice and it should fix the problem and load correctly.

Regards,

Tyler

 

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