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Error messages: relayed by BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool

The following error messages are reported by the BlackBerry® Load Test Configuration Tool but occur elsewhere.

Database Connection Failed <error_number>
This message appears when the connection between the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool and the BlackBerry Configuration Database ends unexpectedly, where error_number is the number of the most recent error. The number might not indicate the source of the issue.
Error: <create_user_message>
This message appears when the user account could not be created on the BlackBerry Administration Service, where <create_user_message> describes the issue in more detail.
ERROR: createUserCompletedEventHandler [ <add_user_error_number> ]
This message appears when a program cannot work when the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool tries to add a user account to the BlackBerry® Enterprise Server version 5.0 or later, where the <add_user_error_number> specifies the BlackBerry Enterprise Server error message that describes the issue.
Environment Detection Failed <error_number>
This message appears when information is missing when the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool tries to determine the environment information, where the number specifies the error message that describes the missing information.
Error occurred: <find_services_instance_message>
This message appears when a program cannot work when the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool is attempting to obtain a specified BlackBerry Dispatcher service, where <find_services_instance_message > describes the reason.
Error occurred: <find_services_message>
This message appears when a program failed when the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool tried to retrieve the BlackBerry Dispatcher service with a specified name, where <find_services_message> describes the reason.
Error occurred: <get_user_attributes_message>
This message appears when a program generates an issue when the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool tries to retrieve information about a specific BlackBerry Administration Service user account.
Failed to establish BAS web service connection
The BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool cannot establish a web service. This usually happens if the type of messaging server (one of exchange, domino, or groupwise) is not specified in the registry or BlackBerry Configuration Database.
Failed to establish web service connection: <error_message>
This message appears when a program generates an error message while the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool tries to establish a connection, where the <error_message> describes the reason.
Failed to open Database connection
This message appears when the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool cannot connect with the specified BlackBerry Configuration Database.
Finduser accounts: Query failed: <find_mail_store_user_message>
This message appears when an issue arises when the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool is querying the BlackBerry Administration Service for the name of the messaging server for the specified user account, where <find_mail_store_user_message> describes the reason.
Finduser accounts: User '<email_address>' was not found in GAL.
This message appears when the query for the name of the messaging server for this user account is successful but the user account is not in the user directory.
GetUser: '<email_address>' not found
This message appears when the email address specified for the user account does not exist on the BlackBerry Administration Service in the test environment.
Invalid device capabilities (wrong header): <PIN>
This message appears when the description of the BlackBerry device capabilities for a PIN has a header that does not begin with the correct number.
Please contact your administrator to ensure you have the proper MAPI Permissions to Add user accounts
This message appears when user account that is logged into the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Microsoft® Exchange does not have the MAPI permissions to add user accounts to Microsoft® Exchange.
Please ensure that the BAS service is running and the BAA plug-in is installed
This message appears when the BlackBerry Administration Service is not running or the BlackBerry® Administration API plug-in is not installed. This message occurs in the log.

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