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Error while opening a .prtdesign file in Eclipse [message #1097000] Thu, 29 August 2013 05:41 Go to next message
lakshya agarwal is currently offline lakshya agarwalFriend
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I have a .rptdesign file which was created(by a different person , i need to make some changes in that) from a BIRT Designer Version 4.2.2.v201301221637 as seeing from XML Headers:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<report xmlns="" version="3.2.23" id="1">
<property name="createdBy">Eclipse BIRT Designer Version 4.2.2.v201301221637 Build &lt;4.2.2.v20130206-1509></property>

when i am opening this report file in a eclipse(Indigo SP2) in which BIRT Framework was installed through Install New Feature functionality, the XML gets loaded but when i am switching to the others tabs like : Layout, Preview etc. it throws a pop-up that "Error in XML Source Page must be corrected before other pages can be used".

It doesn't seems to be an error in XML.

please guide.

Thanks in Advance
Re: Error while opening a .prtdesign file in Eclipse [message #1097329 is a reply to message #1097000] Thu, 29 August 2013 15:01 Go to previous message
Eclipse Beginner is currently offline Eclipse BeginnerFriend
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Looks like your design was created using 4.2. Trying using BIRT 4.3 Kepler to open it. Many a times you cannot open a design saved using a higher version with any lower version than that. Let me know if it works with 4.3
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