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can be really painful. Generally you'll be in one of two scenarios: All reports are not posting and display not posted in the process monitor. This is generally an infrastructure issue. A particular file or report does not post. This could be a development issue or an infrastructure issue. So where do you start? The Administration tab in Report Manager is updated first. You'll need to know the process instance and report ID (content ID). If you suspect an infrastructure issue, then the first course of action is to restart the relevant process scheduler(s). FoldUnfold Table of Contents Report Related Tables XML File is Invalid Error HTTP Transfer Error HTTP Status Code is 900 HTTP Status Code is 902 Reports not posting initially Distribution status is N/A Directory Creation Failed Error 404--Not Found Comments Report Related Tables Behind the scenes, the records to look at are those starting with CDM (content distribution manager). Here are the key records and the information they give you: Record What does it tell you? PS_CDM_DIST_NODE These are your report distribution nodes - check the configuration here if you have a system-wide reports not posting issue. Navigation: PeopleTools > Process Scheduler > Report Nodes. PS_CDM_AUTH This tells you who (users/roles) the reports were distributed to. DISTIDT

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HTTP Status Code is: 904 The stderr logged below entry- dlopen in libpscompat failed for 'libjvm.so': ld.so.1: PSDSTSRV: fatal: libjvm.so: open failed: We started with updating the Java with the latest available version, http://peoplesoftsa.blogspot.com/2012/11/reports-not-posting-issues.html but no luck. Later it was found that we had installed JDK instead of JRE. Removing the JDK and installing the JRE fixed this issue J If you need the older Java versions, this is the link to Java archive downloads: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javasebusiness/downloads/java-archive-downloads-javase6-419409.html There are 2 scenarios when we observe report posting issues- 1- All the reports are not NOT posting, or 2- A particular report is report repository not being posted. If all the reports are not posting then it might be an infrastructure issue, bouncing PRCS may help as well. Error: The XML file returned by the web server is invalid. XML document object creation failed. we see this error entered in process instance's message log by looking through process monitor page. This is an issue with SchedulerTransfer servlet which requires authentication. When http transfer error a report needs to get transfer to report repository, distribution agent use SchedulerTransfer servlet for this purpose. SchedulerTransfer servlet checks for the default local node and if there is no authentication there, it will get fail. The Default Local Node must have the Authentication Option set to 'Password'. Here, change Authentication option for default local node (IB>IB Setup>Nodes) to "Password". Supply userid and password. This userid must have ProcessSchedulerAdmin and ReportDistAdmin roles attached to it. Application server needs a restart post this change. Here are the things to check if reports are not posting- 1) Check logs for SCHDLR and DSTAGNT. 2) Check message log through process monitor, check HTTP status codes (if any) 3) Default local node must have Password as authentication option. 4) Report Node settings must be correct. 5) The OS account to start webserver must have all the permissions (777) set to access Report Repository. status = 'Posting' - Check whether there is enough space on the Report Repository, verify that PSPRCSRQST, PS_CDM_LIST and PSPRCSQUE table counts are in sync. By default, the Log Fence value is set to 3, change it to 5 in psprcsrv.cfg to get more detailed log inf


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