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Error Loading Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) Metadata File to New Application: "The File Failed To Parse (not A Valid XML File)" (Doc ID 2730676.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2020

Applies to:

Hyperion Financial Management - Version 11.2.3.0.000 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

File extracted from current application fails to load into new application:

 

[XFM] [TRACE:1] [EPMHFM-00000] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: cxfmmetadata.cpp] [Line: 4032] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 0] [srcException: 0] [errType: 1] [dbUpdate: 1] [11.2.3.0.000.7450]  [[Metadata load for application <APPLICATION_NAME> started by user <EPM_USER> with referential integrity on server <SERVER>.]]
[XFM] [ERROR:1] [EPMHFM-02144] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: c:\repos\hfm-build\source\miscellaneouscomponents\xfmmetadataxml\chsvmetadataxml.cpp] [Line: 1945] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 80042F41] [srcException: 0] [errType: 1] [dbUpdate: 1] [11.2.3.0.000.7450] The file failed to parse (not a valid XML file). [[invalid character 0x<NUMBER>; Line: <LINE_NUMBER>; Column: <NUMBER>, File: <DRIVE>:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\<EPM_INSTANCE>\products\FinancialManagement\FileTransferData\<UNIQUE_FOLDER>\<UNIQUE_FILE>.xml]]
[XFM] [ERROR:1] [EPMHFM-07437] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: c:\repos\hfm-build\source\miscellaneouscomponents\xfmmetadataxml\chsvmetadataxml.cpp] [Line: 2019] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 800402D1] [srcException: 0] [errType: 1] [dbUpdate: 2] [11.2.3.0.000.7450] An unexpected error occurred. [[CHsvMetadataXML::InternalLoadMetadata]]
[XFM] [ERROR:1] [EPMHFM-02144] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: c:\repos\hfm-build\source\miscellaneouscomponents\xfmmetadatadiff\chsvmetadatadiff.cpp] [Line: 1561] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 80042F41] [srcException: 1] [errType: 0] [dbUpdate: 1] [11.2.3.0.000.7450] The file failed to parse (not a valid XML file). [[]]
[XFM] [ERROR:1] [EPMHFM-02144] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: c:\repos\hfm-build\source\miscellaneouscomponents\xfmmetadatadiff\chsvmetadatadiff.cpp] [Line: 128] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 80042F41] [srcException: 1] [errType: 0] [dbUpdate: 2] [11.2.3.0.000.7450] The file failed to parse (not a valid XML file). [[]]
[XFM] [ERROR:1] [EPMHFM-02144] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: c:\repos\hfm-build\source\session\xfmmetadata\cxfmmetadata.cpp] [Line: 2393] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 80042F41] [srcException: 1] [errType: 0] [dbUpdate: 0] [11.2.3.0.000.7450] The file failed to parse (not a valid XML file). [[]]
[XFM] [ERROR:1] [EPMHFM-02144] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: c:\repos\hfm-build\source\session\xfmmetadata\cxfmmetadata.cpp] [Line: 4199] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 80042F41] [srcException: 1] [errType: 1] [dbUpdate: 1] [11.2.3.0.000.7450] The file failed to parse (not a valid XML file). [[]]
[XFM] [TRACE:1] [EPMHFM-00000] [XFM] [ecid: ] [File: cxfmmetadata.cpp] [Line: 4526] [userId: ] [Msg arguments: ] [appName: <APPLICATION_NAME>] [pid: ] [tid: ] [host: <SERVER>] [nwaddr: ] [errorCode: 0] [srcException: 0] [errType: 1] [dbUpdate: 1] [11.2.3.0.000.7450]  [[Metadata load for application <APPLICATION_NAME> completed with errors on server <SERVER>.]]

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