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Error using xml loader : root element must be well - formed

Hi experts,

I am using the following URL in a XML Loader action :

1) server://XMII/Illuminator?Service=SystemInfo&Mode=ServerList&Mask=ENABLED&Method=OLP&&Content-Type=text%2Fxml

and getting back the following error , when trying to generate a sample :

"the markup in the document following the root element must be well-formed"

I appreciate your kind help . Best regards !

Note : We are using a MII version 12.2.3

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    Posted on May 05, 2012 at 10:26 AM

    Hi Fernando,

    I see in your URL a typing issue. You have specify 2 times the & after OLP. If you use the URL

    below, then it will work in runtime:

    server://XMII/Illuminator?Service=SystemInfo&Mode=ServerList&Mask=ENABLED&Method=OLP&Content-Type=text/xml

    After providing the URL in the Configuration Dialog the error you mention will comes. Ignore this

    error box and run the TRX. I am sure you will get back a correct result.

    Please open a OSS ticket with the error after providing the URL in the Configuraiton Dialog of the XMLLoader Action.

    My test are on SAP MII 12.2.3.179

    BR

    Pedro Iglesias

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