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E1: MOBJ: Troubleshooting Known Issues with Converting TEXT Media Objects from RTF to HTML format (On Demand or Using P98MOHTM) (Doc ID 2725392.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2020

Applies to:

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

Purpose

This document focuses on troubleshooting known issues with converting TEXT type Media Object attachments from RTF to HTML format. For more details on troubleshooting see Document 2411356.1 E1: MOBJ: Convert Text Media Objects from RTF to HTML by using P98MOHTM

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Issue 1: For Web Servers on Unix Operating System, Nothing Happens after Clicking Yes to convert RTF to HTML or P98MOHTM Stays at 0% Progress
 Issue 2: P98MOHTM Does Nothing on Clicking the Convert Button when the logged in User is a Language User
 Issue 3: When Using P98MOHTM, JVM Crashes due to Out of Memory
 Issue 4: When Running P98MOHTM, it Hangs when Processing "Fetching Media Object text type attachments X%"
 Issue 5: Malicious Tag after Converting TEXT RTF to HTML Attachments when SupportActiveXIE set to FALSE or OLEONLY in JAS.INI
 Issue 6: UBE Not Printing "<" Character and Remaining Text After P98MOHTM Conversion
 Issue 7: "Media Object Structures" System Function <Get Text> Retrieve Text with HTML Code After Converting RTF to HTML Format via P98MOHTM
 Issue 8: After Running P98MOHTM to Convert Text Media Objects, Text after "&" (Ampersand Char) is Missing in UBE Output
 Issue 9: Formatting is Lost in TEXT Attachments After Converting from RTF to HTML Format
 Issue 10: After Converting TEXT Attachments from RTF to HTML Format, Extra Spacing in Between Each Line and in Front of Each Line is Seen in the Media Object Viewer
 Issue 11: After Converting from RTF to HTML Format via P98MOHTM, Converted Text Prints Indented (Shifted to the Right) with Leading Spaces on Reports
 Issue 12: After Converting from RTF to HTML Format via On Demand Method, Converted Text Prints Indented (Shifted to the Right) with Leading Spaces on Reports
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