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Adobe forms-XML parsing error for Customer Statements spools

Hello! I customized a new Adobe form for Customer Statements by copying the standard form with the new changes. Configured the standard form and program for the correspondence. and submitting the standard report program RFKORK00 inside my custom program to trigger the form and generate the spool and post this program performing my own logic for email/fax/file upload.

The form I have now has 2 Master pages. The second master page has only the header and footer subform.

I am facing 2 issues.

Issue 1: The form is generating the spool fine when the data on the form is a few pages may be less than 10(It printed for a spool of 7 pages successfully and able to open the spool, fax and email) but there is a customer that has more than 400 pages being generated and when I click on the spool it throws an xml parsing error. In some cases, the XML error says mismatched tag(Error code 7) line 3. I tried putting the last 2 tables in Inactive mode to check if they are causing issues but the problem still persists.

Issue 2: The RTAB(Table for grid information(Correspondence RFKORD*) is coming blank into the Adobe form in most of the cases- This is the table that stores the aging values. Before, writing the logic to do the aging calculations in the adobe myself, I want to see if there is another alternative.

I tried doing my sdn search but I couldn't find any help. I also looked at the OSS note 2161416 but couldn't derive a solution.

Any suggestions appreciated.

Thanks

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2016 at 08:02 PM

    For issue 1, did you have a look at note 2061535 - IFbA: Error when Adobe Document Services (ADS) accesses data files in ABAP (run the test report FP_CHECK_HTTP_DATA_TRANSFER, if it fails then this note should correct your issue)

    PS: you should better post 2 questions rather than 1, eventually refer to the other question to provide the full context.

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    • Maybe you could also have a look at ADS issues (at Adobe), or post a message to SAP. You might also search by yourself, i.e. start an ADS trace, or have a look at the XML file containing the ABAP data (but I'm not sure the position corresponds to that file) via program RSPO0020.

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