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Web ADI OOXML: Temporary XML Files Are Not Deleted at Upload Staging Directory When BNE Debug Level is Not Set to 'TRACE' (Doc ID 2931613.1)

Last updated on MARCH 03, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Web Applications Desktop Integrator (Web ADI)


Using OOXML Standard Web ADI, the XML file being created in the Staging Directory location for each download is not getting deleted once the process completes. This happens only when the BNE Debug Level is not set to 'TRACE'.

Due to this issue, the system piles up a large number of files in the logging location.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. System Administrator responsibility > Profile > System > Set the profile option BNE: Enable OOXML Standard (BNE_OOXML_ENABLED) to 'Yes'
2. From the same responsibility and navigation > Set the profile option BNE Server Log Level (BNE_SERVER_LOG_LEVEL) to any other value than 'TRACE' (for example: 'ERROR')
3. Using the same responsibility and navigation > Set the profile option BNE Upload Staging Directory (BNE_UPLOAD_STAGING_DIRECTORY) to the desired location to store the download files (Example: '/usr/log')
4. Web ADI responsibility > Create Document
5. Select the Integrator, Layout and all the other parameters > The Excel spreadsheet gets created
6. System Administrator > See some additional .xml files get created in the Staging Directory at the same time
7. Monitor this directory and observe the XML files remain forever undeleted in this directory


The issue may occur most commonly after R12.1 to R12.2.4+ upgrade or from R12 versions lower than R12.2.4 to higher versions. 


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