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Hello,

according to the ARIS Business Publisher guide: "quick_start_guide_aris_bpub_s.pdf" if I created my own xml feed file and maintained the link in the file "layout.cfg.xml"

under "\BPServer\tomcat\webapps\businesspublisher\layouts\default\config\ in the publisher server, the publisher can read the feed, but that did not happen, rather the publisher is reading the xml feed in another file called "externFeed.xml" in the same path under folder "data".

Also even if I decided to use that file and maintained my xml feed code there, the contents of this file are all deleted if I restarted the ARIS publisher server.

 

Any explanation for that?

How can I point to the right xml feed file?

 

thanks,

Eyad

by Eyad Kasouha Author
Posted on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 03:13

 I'm afraid I did not get a reply for this !!!

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