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Error when checking in Document via Portal

  Asked By: Veer    Date: Dec 18    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 942

Has anyone seen this before

Error Type:
Microsoft VBScript compilation (0x800A0408)
Invalid character
/myworkspace/Portal/resources/TahoeUtils.asp, line 282

the correspondig line seems to be this one if counted correctly:

xml.LoadXML strXmlOfCC

Woooaaa, Why does it always happen to me;o) Could this have something to do
with the fact that I changed the start-folder for my docs to "documents" in
the TahoeUtils.asp



12 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Gladys Trevino     Answered On: Dec 18

What MSXML version is installed on the SPS machine? Maybe MSXML 4.0? I'm running
MSXML 3.0S P2 because I had some issues with MSXML 4.0 on another development
machine and I believe several people reported problems with MSXML 4.0 on the
Microsoft news server.

Answer #2    Answered By: Jignesh Pitale     Answered On: Dec 18

If you didn't install an updated version (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml for
more info) you don't need to worry.

Mine is MSXML 3.0 SP2 and it shows up on the Add/Remove software dialog.

Answer #3    Answered By: Ravish Patel     Answered On: Dec 18

Do not rush ahead 4.0 at all. I have had memory leaking with a simple
VBScript running on a plain Windows 2000 machine each time called.

Answer #4    Answered By: Satyajit Kabadagi     Answered On: Dec 18

I've been using it, shortly, with ServerXMLHTTP code to retrieve data from
another site. That's where I saw the memory leak behavior.

Answer #5    Answered By: Kameron Richmond     Answered On: Dec 18

Yep. My dev machine has 512MB but it is running as GC/DC with Exch2k and I
develop with VS6 while running Outlook, IE and other apps.

Answer #6    Answered By: Kenton Ewing     Answered On: Dec 18

SPPS uses XML, yes. Some built-in and a lot custom Web parts also use XML.

I believe MS XML is external to SPPS. An updated version of MSXML might ship
with Windows 2000 SP3, though I haven't tried Windows 2000 SP3 beta yet hence I
can't say for sure.

Answer #7    Answered By: Lindy England     Answered On: Dec 18

Thanks for the info. Where do i check the version???

Answer #8    Answered By: Upbrave C# expert     Answered On: Dec 18

So what I gather from this is do not rush ahead to 4.0 if you are running

Answer #9    Answered By: Sylvia Barrett     Answered On: Dec 18

Can you give a clue what size leak that might be?

We're using 4.0 in a production app because of its speed. Users would have
to sit and wait 5-10 seconds per call with 3.0SP2, but response is almost
immediate (1-2 seconds max) with 4.0.

Answer #10    Answered By: Cody Hinton     Answered On: Dec 18

That's what we are doing: serverxmlhttp requests. Sending ssl-encoded xml
requests to one server and receiving the results via xml  from the remote
server. With 1 GB ram on the server it might be a while before we noticed a

Answer #11    Answered By: Vicky Gillespie     Answered On: Dec 18

So, let me get this straight, SPPS uses xml  thus XML 4 would increase the
speed. Are you folks talking about SPPS or some custom apps with no
relation to SPPS...

If SPPS, would they (MS) add xml 4 to the next service pack or is this
external to SPPS altogether.

Answer #12    Answered By: Clara Heath     Answered On: Dec 18

I'm using a custom app. I have not yet tried using msxml 4.0 with SPPS,
although I was certainly think about it.

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