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STB-DS SimConnect error running P3DV2.5


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I have just purchased and installed MyTraffic Professional 6 which seems to be working OK.

 

I have also installed STB V3.3.2.10 for Prepar3D V2 and configured it to see my STB Data Server which runs P3DV2.5.

 

When I install and initialise the STB D_P3DV2_Setup_3.3.2.10 I initially receive a SimConnect error message see attached pic. This is then followed with a failure message saying that it cannot find My Traffic Aircraft folder although it is actually where it says it cannot find it, see attached pic.

 

How can I resolve these problems?

 

Regards  John

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SDB Data Server error.JPG

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For the first problem, I'll have to install MTX into P3D and see what happens.

 

The second problem, .net thinks there's something wrong with your SimConnect.xml file (in the P3D Application Data Folder I think - not at home at the present time).  Please locate the file and send it to me for analysis.

 

Simon

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Thanks Simon for your response. I have now corrected the SimConnect.xml file which had some incorrect text in line one which I have removed. I had set this file up for another application so then modified it with the correct STB port number and I do not now get the SimConnect error message. Although I still get the MTX error message if I ignore it everything seems to work ok but I will perform more tests tomorrow?!

 

John

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I have the same problem.  It appears to be the quotation marks around the SimObjectsPaths value as stated in the dialogue (it took  me quite a while to see that!).  If you remove the quotes in the file, it should no longer report an error.  In the meantime, I'll work on a hotfix.

 

Simon

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