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via Oracle Community by 2899825, 1 year ago
Unable to find component with absolute reference = /hphc/oracle/apps/oks/rmb/dash/webui/HphcRmbOksDash, XML Path = {1}. Please verify that the reference is valid and the definition of the component exists either on the File System or in the MDS Repository. <Line 2, Column 1>: XML-20108: (Fatal Error) Start of root element expected.
via Oracle Community by tek_johnhi, 1 year ago
Unable to find component with absolute reference = /xxtest/oracle/apps/test/webui/CreateEmployeePG, XML Path = {1}. Please verify that the reference is valid and the definition of the component exists either on the File System or in the MDS Repository. <Line 2, Column 1>: XML-20108: (Fatal Error) Start of root element expected.
via Oracle Community by ;) ApPsMasTi ;), 1 year ago
Unable to find component with absolute reference = /oracle/apps/eam/workorder/webui/EAM_EW_START_PAGE, XML Path = {1}. Please verify that the reference is valid and the definition of the component exists either on the File System or in the MDS Repository. <Line 2, Column 1>: XML-20108: (Fatal Error) Start of root element expected.
via anilpassi.com by Unknown author, 1 year ago
Unable to find component with absolute reference = /oracle/apps/fnd/framework/toolbox/tutorial/webui/HelloWorldPG, XML Path = {1}. Please verify that the reference is valid and the definition of the component exists either on the File System or in the MDS Repository. Non supported character set: oracle-character-set-39
via apps2fusion.com by Unknown author, 1 year ago
Unable to find component with absolute reference = /oracle/apps/fnd/framework/toolbox/tutorial/webui/HelloWorldPG, XML Path = &#123;1&#125;. Please verify that the reference is valid and the definition of the component exists either on the File System or in the MDS Repository. Non supported character set: oracle-character-set-39
via Oracle Community by 929077, 1 year ago
Unable to find component with absolute reference = /xxr12test/oracle/apps/po/r12testpage/webui/R12TestPG, XML Path = {1}. Please verify that the reference is valid and the definition of the component exists either on the File System or in the MDS Repository. Non supported character set: oracle-character-set-32
oracle.adf.mds.exception.MDSRuntimeException: Unable to find component with absolute reference = /oracle/apps/po/document/order/webui/OrdersSummaryHeadersPG, XML Path = {1}. Please verify that the reference is valid and the definition of the component exists either on the File System or in the MDS Repository.
No oracle.adf.mds.internal.parse.CustomParser parser registered for top element;check your namespace declaration.   Namespace: null
Local name: customization)	at oracle.adf.mds.internal.MetadataManagerBase.getUserCustomizationData(MetadataManagerBase.java:2503)	at oracle.adf.mds.internal.MetadataManagerBase.getTransAndCustHelper(MetadataManagerBase.java:2426)	at oracle.adf.mds.internal.MetadataManagerBase.getTransAndCust(MetadataManagerBase.java:2112)	at oracle.adf.mds.internal.MetadataManagerBase.findElement(MetadataManagerBase.java:1482)	at oracle.adf.mds.MElement.findElement(MElement.java:97)