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XI 2.0 Mapping Program Archive not imported

Hi,

I am working on XI 2.0 and using XSLT programs within a WinZip archive. I have tested the mapping program outside of XI and all is OK/Well formed etc, but when I try to import the ZIP file containing the xsl template the imported archive is empty so that I do not see any mapping programs in the list of files within the archive. I have tried then exporting the imported archive as a new zip file on the o/s and it contains the correct mapping programs.

I have re-started the XI box and still have nothing working.

Please help..

Mark

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2004 at 07:26 PM

    Hi Mark,

    does your XSLT program end with XSL or XSLT ?

    It should be XSL. For some reason XSLT will not be accepted by XI and results in 'empty' archive.

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2004 at 08:56 PM

    Hi Theo,

    yes the mapping program is xsl. I have sorted it out now, by simply re-starting XI and the local pc running the Java WebStart.

    Dont understand what the problem was, as I cannot now replicate it.. but thanks anyway..

    Cheers,

    Mark

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