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Posted Wednesday, August 19, 2009 2:32 AM
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Hello There ..
i wish from you to help me in fixing this problem in primavera 6
i installed the program correctly and it were working very well but today i am trying to enter the username and password to enter to the program but it views for me this error message :

Primavera
the user is already logged in. please use another login name

i wish to help me to fix this problem i tried to restart the pc several times but the same problem shown and when i open task manager no Primavera Process Shown .

wish to help me as soon as possible thank you


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1. Query the USESSION table for the users 'session_id':

select session_id from USESSION where delete_session_id is NULL and user_id = (select user_id from users where user_name = '<Enter User Name>');

2. Delete the users records in the table UPKLIST:

Delete from UPKLIST where session_id = <session_id>;

3. Delete the users records in the table PROJSHAR:

Delete from PROJSHAR where session_id = <session_id>;

4. Delete the users records in the table USESSION

Delete from USESSION where session_id = <session_id>;
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1. Query the USESSION table for the users 'session_id':

select session_id from USESSION where delete_session_id is NULL and user_id = (select user_id from users where user_name = '<Enter User Name>');

2. Delete the users records in the table UPKLIST:

Delete from UPKLIST where session_id = <session_id>;

3. Delete the users records in the table PROJSHAR:

Delete from PROJSHAR where session_id = <session_id>;

4. Delete the users records in the table USESSION

Delete from USESSION where session_id = <session_id>;


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