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Adding Control record to payload failed due to SAXException while parsing to extract control record:Premature end of file.

Hi All,

I am facing an issue with IDOC_AAE Receiver Channel.

Adding control record to payload failed due to SAXException while parsing to extract control record: Premature end of file.

MP: exception caught with cause com.sap.aii.af.idoc. exception.IDocAdapter Exception: SAXException while parsing payload to extract control record: Premature end of file.

Exception caught by adapter framework: premature end of file.

Transmitting the message to endpoint<local> using connection HTTP_AAE_http://sap.com.xi/XI/System failed ,due to:com.sap.aii.idoc.exception.IDocAdapterException: SAXEXception while parsing payload to extract control record: premature end of file.

I am working on PO 7.4 SP 10 my scenario is HTTP_AAE to IDOC_AAE (XSLT mapping)

When I a trigger message for other interface HTTP_AAE to IDOC_AAE(Graphical Mapping) - it works fine.

I am using the same receiver channel for both the interfaces, but it works for graphical mapping

Error screen shot from message monitoring

Receiver comm channel error

Trace Level

* Control record works fine for interface with graphical mapping

* For both the interfaces control record output is same, populating the control records which are mandatory.

* In receiver comm channel I have selected control record in IDOC XML - Not Mandatory

If have faced or came to know about this type of interfaces error Please have look at issue and let me know
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Thanks in Advance,

Vishnu

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2015 at 11:28 PM

    Hi,

    I am also facing the same issue. Did you find the solution?

    Thanks,

    Nidhi

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