Networkprocessor fails to start with a "Unexpected character encountered (lex state 10)" error (Doc ID 1373299.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version: 5.2.4 and later   [Release: 5.2 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The network processor would not start after a configuration change to the successMessages.xml file

The following error was seen in the networkprocessor.log



20111101-141701|892|ERROR|Thread-0||||proxy_np|ppvbipsa01|loadResource (XmlException) /opt/OracleCommunications/ServiceActivator/Config/networkProcessor/com/metasolv/serviceactivator/cartridges/cisco/messages/successMessages.xml:231:19: error: Unexpected character encountered (lex state 10): 'l'
20111101-141701|918|WARN|Thread-0||||proxy_np|ppvbipsa01|Registration failure, registration entry: (resource=file:/opt/OracleCommunications/ServiceActivator/Config/networkProcessor/MIPSA_registry.xml resourceName=com.metasolv.serviceactivator.cartridges.cisco.cu1.75xx line:-1).  Unable to parse file "<xml-fragment>com/metasolv/serviceactivator/cartridges/cisco/messages/successMessages.xml</xml-fragment>"
20111101-141701|918|WARN|Thread-0||||proxy_np|ppvbipsa01|Missing success messages, registry entry:  (resource=file:/opt/OracleCommunications/ServiceActivator/Config/networkProcessor/MIPSA_registry.xml resourceName=com.metasolv.serviceactivator.cartridges.cisco.cu1.75xxline:32).  Unable to load file "com/metasolv/serviceactivator/cartridges/cisco/messages/successMessages.xml"
20111101-141702|580|INFO|Thread-0||||proxy_np|ppvbipsa01|Raised fault against the proxy-np-ppvbipsa01 proxy_agent:3: Error detected in cartridge or cartridge unit on line 32 of file:/opt/OracleCommunications/ServiceActivator/Config/networkProcessor/MIPSA_registry.xml ( Unable to load file "com/metasolv/serviceactivator/cartridges/cisco/messages/successMessages.xml")

Cause

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