Earlier we have installed development environment where all integration manager were pointing to development server.
Now we have set up the production server and TC client configurations changed to point production server.
Now i am able to login in Teamcenter but not able to login in SWIM (Solidworks integration manager)
I tried reinstalling SWIM but no success.
Should i reinstall TC Client also?
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If you can log into a TC Rich CLient session on the PC then the problem is related to your SWIM install, not the Rich Client, so the Rich Client doesn't need to be uninstalled.
If it was working with a dev env but not with prod even after and complete SWIM uninstall and reinstall, I have to assume that something is amiss with the prod env and its configuration for SWIM.
Thank for your reply Larry.
Actually issue with was the FSC. but somehow TC was able to login but was not able to create dataset with named reference.
I have added production server hostname against its IP address in client hosts file (Windows/system32/..../hosts).
and FSC is reachable now, as FSC was configured with respect to hostname.
I am also facing the same issue. But quite different. I have production envvironment and staging environment..
In production i can able to login to TC through solidworks(swim).
But in test environment i can't able to login with TC through solidworks(swim)
It's giving error of unsuccessful. Java.lang.NullpointerException..
Kindly help me for this..