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com.hyperion.hit.registry.exceptions.RegistryException: com.hyperion.hit.registry.exceptions.RegistryException: No database properties could be read at com.hyperion.hit.registry.Registry.releaseInstance(Registry.java:2236) at com.hyperion.config.document.Storage.releaseInstance(Storage.java:59) at com.hyperion.cis.config.Configurator.initialize(Configurator.java:83) at com.hyperion.config.wizard.impl.ToConfigurationState$1.commit(ToConfigurationState.java:77) at com.hyperion.hit.wizard.Wizard$NextClass.run(Wizard.java:515) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619)Caused by: com.hyperion.hit.registry.exceptions.RegistryException: No database properties could be read at com.hyperion.hit.registry.datasource.SharedServicesDataSourceFactory.getDataSource(SharedServicesDataSourceFactory.java:45) at com.hyperion.hit.registry.datasource.SharedServicesDatabaseConnectionBuilder.getConnection(SharedServicesDatabaseConnectionBuilder.java:26) at com.hyperion.hit.registry.RegistryUtils.createNewConnection(RegistryUtils.java:316) at com.hyperion.hit.registry.RegistryConnection.getInstance(RegistryConnection.java:153) at com.hyperion.hit.registry.Registry.releaseInstance(Registry.java:2227) ... 5 more