WAC 1909 SDN Monitoring: error 'msft.sme.sdn-monitoring' couldn't load

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Hello, I have a 2 node S2D HCI cluster including SDN with Windows Server 2019. WAC 1909 is installed on a separate WS2019 workstation. Using Chrome and calling SDN Monitoring I get the following error:

'msft.sme.sdn-monitoring' couldn't load

Error while loading the module: 'msft.sme.sdn-monitoring'. Error: Cannot find 'SDNManagementModule' in './sdn-management/sdn-management.module'

   at Ki (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/main.c2e95540b9ac7eef2706.js:1:288388)

   at https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/main.c2e95540b9ac7eef2706.js:1:288339

   at t.invoke (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/polyfills.0338a1f34e1a2d6e9c1f.js:1:8061)

   at Object.onInvoke (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/main.c2e95540b9ac7eef2706.js:1:275017)

   at t.invoke (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/polyfills.0338a1f34e1a2d6e9c1f.js:1:8001)

   at e.run (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/polyfills.0338a1f34e1a2d6e9c1f.js:1:3238)

   at https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/polyfills.0338a1f34e1a2d6e9c1f.js:1:1448...

   at t.invokeTask (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/polyfills.0338a1f34e1a2d6e9c1f.js:1:8745)

   at Object.onInvokeTask (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/main.c2e95540b9ac7eef2706.js:1:274929)

   at t.invokeTask (https://mgmt.sdncloud.local/modules/msft.sme.sdn-monitoring/polyfills.0338a1f34e1a2d6e9c1f.js:1:8666)

see also  screenshot:

WAC1909err.png

Any idea how to solve?

Gerhard

3 Replies

@GeriOnline this issue should be resolved in recent versions of SDN monitoring package (1.1.0 or above). It should also be fixed in WAC 1910.

@David SchottWhere to find / download the latest SDN monitoring packages? And when will WAC 1910 be released? 

@David SchottFound WAC 1910 and installed it in my lab. Now SDN monitoring works as it should. Thank you for your help.