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XConfParseMem: Unable to Parse an In-Memory XML Document When Trying to Set 552_PERMANENT_ERROR_STRING in Unified Config (Doc ID 2324189.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 7.0.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Why when trying to set 552_PERMANENT_ERROR_STRING in unified config:

./msconfig set channel:tcp_local.options.552_PERMANENT_ERROR_STRING "whatever"

the following error is obtained?

 XConfParseMem(569): Unable to parse an in-memory XML document; invalid XML name character '5', line 6, col 10

dom_parse(100): Error parsing the in memory buffer; XConfParseMem() returned Unable to parse the specified file or memory (XCONF_EPARSE) (-2)

dom_parse(108): Error parsing the in memory buffer; invalid XML name character '5', line 6, col 10
Error merging option channel:tcp_local.options.552_PERMANENT_ERROR_STRING: Error reported by XConfig library (-29)


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