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E1: XML: XMLList Request with 64 bit foundation is returning zero size (Doc ID 2756559.1)

Last updated on MAY 24, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 1_9.2 64-bit and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

XMLList request with 64 bit Enterprise Server call is returning zero size

Steps to replicate the issue

1. Open the JMXTool

2. Enter the 64 bit Enterprise Server and Port  

3. Execute using the below xml request

<?xml version="1.0"?>

<jdeRequest type="list" user="TECH" pwd="TECH" environment="PY920">

<ACTION TYPE="CreateList">

<TABLE_NAME VALUE="F0101" />

<TABLE_TYPE VALUE="OWTABLE" />

</ACTION>

</jdeRequest>

4. First request we get the below response

<?xml version='1.0' ?>

<jdeResponse type="list" session="30513.1589518967.2">

               <returnCode code='0'>XML Request OK</returnCode>

               <ACTION TYPE="CreateList">

<TABLE_NAME VALUE="F0101"/>

<HANDLE>lrj5ebe227a00de-00007731-00000001-00000000000000000000ffffc0a86465</

HANDLE>

<SIZE>981</SIZE>  

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

------------------------------------------> Size = 981

</ACTION>

</jdeResponse>

5. Run the request again , now we will the below response

<?xml version='1.0' ?>

<jdeResponse type="list" session="6276.1589519169.1">

               <returnCode code='0'>XML Request OK</returnCode>

               <ACTION TYPE="CreateList">

<TABLE_NAME VALUE="F0101"/>

<HANDLE>lrj5ebe235001d1-00001884-00000002-00000000000000000000ffffc0a86465</

HANDLE>

<SIZE>0</SIZE>

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

------------------------------------------> Size = 0

Changes

 

Cause

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