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schema confusion

schema confusion

schema confusion

(OP)
hi, i have a question on the following error
i got in my logs:
--------------------------------------------
     ewRibMessageFromFILE (Information):  StackTrace:
com.stc.jcsre.UnmarshalException: line 1: expecting <RibMessages>, found 'c:\ega
te\client\bin\stccb -ln DSXC71S_cb -rh DSXC71S -rs Rib103Templ <<---[!!!! where did this came from? i'm running a schema named rib103 and not Rib103Templ !!!!]
-un Administrator
 -up *******'
        at com.retek.rib.etd.ribmessages.RibMessages.unmarshal(RibMessages.java:
49)
        at com.stc.jcsre.XMLETDImpl.unmarshal(XMLETDImpl.java:183)
        at com.stc.jcsre.MsgETDImpl.next(MsgETDImpl.java:61)
        at com.stc.jcsre.JCollaboration.prepareInputData(JCollaboration.java:231
--------------------------------------

i will greatly appreciate any of your thoughts on this

thanks!

RE: schema confusion

It seems to me that the file you are reading is a shell script from Retek to start the rib. That's why you've got a unmarshall exception, the e*Way is expecting an XML file and is getting some other file.

Regards,
Tiago

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