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Failed parse transformation file:unclosed element tag; '>

Hello experts,

(This error is happening in our DEV environment).

We're facing an issue trying to load our data master into BPC from flat file. We're loading 5 data, with hierarchies as is shown here:

1- This is our flat file before loading the file.

2- Then save the flat file in CSV comma delimited format.

3. We verify that the file is well located

4. when we try to validate our Transformation File, the system shows the following BPC error

We've tried using EPM Client SP22 and SP24, same result.

Any suggestions? Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance!

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 03:56 PM

    Dear all,

    I use EVDESCRIPTION in the Transformation File and it's ok. Resolved issue. Thks a lot of--.... 😉

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 07:23 AM

    Hi Laura....Please can you give the error screenshot in English....if possible.

    If all the other columns are blank in your file then map only the 3 fields ID, DESCRIPTION, ACCTYPE, PARENTH1. No need to include the blank columns in the Excel file too. And HEADER = NO..

    First load only master data and then load the hierarchy....

    Regards,

    JP

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