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E1: XMLP: Known Issues Leading to BI Publisher Report Definition Ending in 'FS' Status (Doc ID 1558838.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Embedded BI Publisher report definitions will sometimes fail with error status 'FS' (System Error). This usually indicates an issue occurred while merging data extracted to UBE (XML Source) and layout (Template).

Typically, when this happens one of the following errors appear in the XML PUBLISHER kernel log:

This documents aggregates all distinct issues known to cause this to happen. If you are experiencing this issue, review the known causes below for a possible resolution.

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Issue 1: UBEs Processing Large Data Sets or RD Jobs with very huge templates
 Issue 2: Invalid Burst or Data Driven Recipient Fields
 Issue 3: Random Jobs End in FS Status During Periods of High Load
 Issue 4: AS/400: Reports with Large Output Fail on AS/400 Server
 Issue 5: Trying to use Excel Template on EnterpriseOne 8.98.2.4 and Older
 Issue 6: AS/400: Missing Temporary Network Location on Tools release 8.98.2.4 and Older
 Issue 7: Report Definition Output Fails to Be Inserted into F95631 and Submitted Report Definition Ends in Status 'FS' - Specific to using IBM DB2 database
 Issue 8: Large jobs ending in 'FS' status on tools release 9.1.4 or later
 Issue 9: On AS/400 servers all of a sudden all Report Definitions end in 'FS' status
 Issue 10: All RD jobs end in FS status after upgrade to new tools release on server with multi foundation
 Issue 11: All RD jobs end in FS status because of tablespace size reaching its maximum
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