Strange Workflow warning in Sharepoint farm

  • Strange Workflow warning in Sharepoint farm Emad

    I keep getting a large number of the following warnings in my SharePoint Farm.

    Event Type: Warning
    Event Source: Office SharePoint Server
    Event Category: Workflow Features 
    Event ID: 7397
    Date:  1/31/2010
    Time:  1:22:21 PM
    User:  N/A
    Computer: MOB-INTRA-APP2
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    I am using Windows 2003 R2/ MOSS 2007 + SP1 / SQL 2005.

    This warning is being repeated too many times in the event log.

    Any idea what this warning might be about?

  • There's a thread over on the MSDN forums about this, unfortunately with no resolution at the time of writing.

    My suspicion is that this isn't reflective of anything which is a real problem. Wish I could say for sure.

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