input file does not contain any object

Hi, I am getting the following error message when I try to load data into the database…can anyone tell me how to resolve this? My data file is posted under the warning message. Thanks.
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ino:messagelineWarning: input file does not contain any object</ino:messageline>
ino:messagelinePossibly garbage in input file</ino:messageline>
ino:messagelineMass load aborted</ino:messageline>
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
ino:request
<ino:object [ino:docname=“Property”]>



NY
12108
Lake Pleasant



Family Room; Fireplace; Lot Features: Swimming Pool
460
2
1


Glenn Carter
1-361-842-3875
Glenn.Carter@automailer.com


Tommy Lee Jones
1-800-642-3333
Tommy-Lee-Jones@email.com

130000



NY
12530
Hollowville



Family Room, Balcony, Breakfast Area, Storage Area; Tile Floors; Lot Features: Fenced Yard, Golf Course; Vicinity: Swimming Pool in the neighbourhood, Health Club in vicinity, Steam Room nearby
610
4
1


Robert Addie
1-626-395-7954
Robert.Addie@datapimp.net


Tommy Lee Jones
1-800-642-3333
Tommy-Lee-Jones@email.com

84750



</ino:object >
</ino:request>

I haven’t tried your example, but you could try the following:

1. declare namespace in ino:request

<ino:request xmlns:ino=“http://namespaces.softwareag.com/tamino/response2”>

2. don’t use brackets when specifying docname
<ino:object ino:docname=“Property”>

Bill

Thanks for your reply, Bill. I modified the file, but I am still getting the same message.

:frowning:

I tried loading the document into the ino:etc under my Tamino installation after removing the [ ] from the ino:object. Which version of Tamino are you running. Maybe you could zip together the schema and instance you are trying to process and post the zip here?

Cheers,

Stuart Fyffe-Collins
Software AG (UK) Ltd.

Thanks for your reply, Stuart. When you tried loading it in ino:etc, did that work? I am using v. 3.1.1.4. I am attaching the schema. The data file I tried to load is in my first post. Thanks. :slight_smile:
myPropertySchema.TSD (2.82 KB)

v3114 is really old now, but I’ve tried this with v3121 with your schema and managed to get the document loaded. But I had to make changes to the instance:-

(1) remove the ino:request element
(2) remove the db element since the schema is for Property elements not db elements.
(3) ensure the are not on the ino:object element.

Hope this helps.

Stuart Fyffe-Collins
Software AG (UK) Ltd.
input.xml (1.56 KB)