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BODS XML query

Hi,

We have executed the XML and XSD into different BODS environment (Environment A) successfully. It is also populating the data into Staging Oracle table. The other BODS environment (i.e. Environment A) and landscape are identical to Environment B.

In Environment B’s BODS environment it is failing with XML and XSD root cause mismatch problem (below screenshot). We have noticed the following differences:

!!=4!=!=!=!!=!!=!=!!

1. Other BODS environment desktop XSD path is shown as \\<desktop path>.XSD, while in our environment it is showing as c:\<desktop_path>.XSD. Need to check if any setting / mapping has to be configured at Linux machine for local desktop.


2. Also other BODS user with admin privilege is able to execute and populate the Oracle staging through XML and XSD.


Please advise what is the issue?

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2014 at 04:13 PM

    Hi,

    You say admin can execute others can't? Then it would be a privilage issue. If i am not wrong, the user should have root folder privilages in linux to execute.

    Arun

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2014 at 05:11 PM

    Attaching the error screen for your reference.


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