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GENERIC FAILURE WMI New Advertisement

Postby U2hyaW1wQm95 » Sat, 27 May 2006 00:03:01 GMT

i!

I created a Class to connect and create a new SMS Adverti{*filter*}t...

Got GENERIC FAILURE error when running Adverti{*filter*}t.Put_

WHY???

I'm really disapointed since I used to code provided by Microsoft on this page
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sms/sms2003/fa6b79fe-b44f-4f03-a9f7-eaf409f1462c.mspx

I really hope to find a solution as soon as possible!

Thanks!

ShrimpyOne

So here is my code...

Imports WbemScripting

Public Class ClsSMSQM

Private Const STORAGE_NEEDS_SPECIFYING = 0
Private Const STORAGE_NO_SOURC = 1
Private Const STORAGE_DIRECT = 2
Private Const STORAGE_COMPRESS = 3

Private Const TYPE_PACKAGE = 2
Private Const TYPE_ADVERTI{*filter*}T = 3
Private Const TYPE_QUERY = 7
Private Const TYPE_REPORT = 8
Private Const TYPE_SOFTWARE_METERING = 9


Private Locator As SWbemLocator
Private Server As SWbemServices

Public Event SMSQMError(ByVal Message As String, ByVal Exception As
Exception)
Public Event SMSServerConnected()


Public Sub Connect(ByVal SMSServer As String)

Try

Locator = New SWbemLocator
Server = Locator.ConnectServer(SMSServer, "root\sms")

Catch ex As Exception

RaiseEvent SMSQMError("Unable to connect to specified SMS
Server!", ex)
Exit Sub

End Try

Dim Sites As SWbemObjectSet
Dim Site As SWbemObject
Dim SiteCode As String

Try

Sites = Server.ExecQuery("Select SiteCode From
SMS_ProviderLocation Where ProviderForLocalSite=True")

For Each Site In Sites
SiteCode = Site.SiteCode
'Exit For
Next

Server = Locator.ConnectServer(SMSServer, "root\sms\site_" &
SiteCode)

Catch ex As Exception

RaiseEvent SMSQMError("Unable to connect to specified SMS Server
Main Site!", ex)
Sites = Nothing
Site = Nothing
SiteCode = Nothing
Exit Sub
End Try

Sites = Nothing
Site = Nothing
SiteCode = Nothing

RaiseEvent SMSServerConnected()

End Sub


Public Function NewAdverti{*filter*}t(ByVal Name As String, ByVal
CollectionID As String, ByVal PackageID As String, ByVal ProgramName As
String, Optional ByVal Comment As String = "Created with SMSQM by Frederick
St-Gelais", Optional ByVal ContainerID As Integer = 0) As Boolean

Dim Adverti{*filter*}ts As SWbemObjectSet
Dim Adverti{*filter*}t As SWbemObject

Try

Adverti{*filter*}ts = Server.ExecQuery("Select ProgramName From
SMS_Program Where ProgramName='" & Name & "' And PackageID='" & PackageID &
"'")

Dim Exception As Exception

For Each Adverti{*filter*}t In Adverti{*filter*}ts
RaiseEvent SMSQMError("A SMS Adverti{*filter*}t with the
specified name already exists!", Exception)
Adverti{*filter*}ts = Nothing
Adverti{*filter*}t = Nothing
Exit Function
Next

Catch ex As Exception

RaiseEvent SMSQMError("Unable to check if a SMS Adverti{*filter*}t
with the specified name already exists!", ex)
Adverti{*filter*}ts = Nothing
Adverti{*filter*}t = Nothing
Exit Function

End Try



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