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fdranguet

France
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Posted - 06/24/2019 :  06:45:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello,

we recently migrated to build 202 (from build 199); since then we noticed a number of issues with subscriptions. After investigations, we found that if the content type is excel, and there is no data, the subscription will crash with the following error:

"Excel2007.GetMemoryStreamFromXml() could not load an XML: No Data" (see full stack trace at the end of this message).

We have an environment where we use the VB script to manually execute the schedule queues; thus for us, if one of those queues is having a subscription with those circumstances, the full queue execution will crash and all the subsequent subscriptions in the queue after the one affected will not be executed, which is a serious enough issue.

Could you please check this bug asap and provide us with an hotfix? Many thanks.

Full Stack Trace:
[Exception: Excel2007.GetMemoryStreamFromXml() could not load an XML: No Data]
ReportPortal.Excel2007.#8236;#8207;#8235;#8236;#8299;#8207;#8204;#8204;#8207;#8237;#8206;#8235;#8236;#8207;#8235;#8207;#8238;#8203;#8203;#8300;#8303;#8235;#8299;#8205;#8206;#8206;#8302;#8234;#8205;#8302;#8207;#8234;#8299;#8302;#8236;#8299;#8238;#8234;#8236;#8238;(String , Int32 ) +7125
ReportPortal.Excel2007.GetMemoryStreamFromXml(String sDir, String sXml) +163
ReportPortal.Scheduler.#8234;#8204;#8205;#8302;#8298;#8236;#8238;#8207;#8236;#8206;#8298;#8299;#8298;#8298;#8300;#8237;#8300;#8204;#8299;#8237;#8206;#8207;#8302;#8301;#8236;#8303;#8300;#8238;#8203;#8301;#8207;#8300;#8303;#8203;#8207;#8206;#8206;#8235;#8207;#8206;#8238;(String , String , Int32 , String , String ) +1010
ReportPortal.Scheduler.#8205;#8300;#8303;#8303;#8235;#8302;#8234;#8235;#8238;#8302;#8206;#8303;#8238;#8302;#8299;#8203;#8234;#8204;#8235;#8298;#8234;#8207;#8299;#8300;#8204;#8298;#8300;#8299;#8303;#8301;#8302;#8299;#8203;#8300;#8204;#8300;#8206;#8238;#8235;#8207;#8238;(String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String , String& , String& , String& , String& , String& , String& , String& , Boolean& , String& , String , String , String& , String , String& , Int32 , String , String& , String , String& ) +4440
ReportPortal.Scheduler.#8237;#8204;#8237;#8203;#8302;#8234;#8236;#8207;#8299;#8236;#8300;#8303;#8236;#8303;#8298;#8235;#8206;#8238;#8303;#8301;#8302;#8204;#8300;#8203;#8235;#8203;#8238;#8206;#8203;#8234;#8237;#8301;#8205;#8236;#8237;#8301;#8298;#8204;#8207;#8206;#8238;(String , String ) +16466
ReportPortal.UrlTrigger.#8237;#8298;#8204;#8205;#8236;#8203;#8207;#8236;#8236;#8238;#8204;#8234;#8236;#8235;#8298;#8205;#8206;#8204;#8205;#8204;#8238;#8302;#8299;#8237;#8204;#8303;#8204;#8204;#8206;#8206;#8238;#8298;#8301;#8298;#8299;#8235;#8300;#8235;#8300;#8206;#8238;(Object , EventArgs ) +675
System.Web.UI.Control.OnLoad(EventArgs e) +106
System.Web.UI.Control.LoadRecursive() +68
System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain(Boolean includeStagesBeforeAsyncPoint, Boolean includeStagesAfterAsyncPoint) +3785



Regards,
François Dranguet
Information Manager
Scott Bader SAS
Tél: +33 (0)3 22 66 27 60

Edited by - fdranguet on 06/24/2019 07:02:19

admin

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Posted - 06/25/2019 :  01:28:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Please try this patch:

1. Download: http://www.reportportal.com/download/rp_202_URL_Trigger_DLL.zip

2. Backup old file to an external folder and copy unzipped to: "C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ReportPortal\bin\ReportPortal.dll"
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fdranguet

France
81 Posts

Posted - 06/26/2019 :  01:56:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello,

I confirm the fix you provided above resolved this issue. Thanks for your fast answer on this!

Regards,
François Dranguet
Information Manager
Scott Bader SAS
Tél: +33 (0)3 22 66 27 60
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