Error "problem retrieving XML data" when deleting a row in a wizard-generated table
When you delete a row in a table created using the Table (Repeat) Wizard, the error "There was a problem retrieving XML data" occurs. This technote provides an index to a collection of technotes that demonstrate different ways to avoid this problem.
You open the form with Webform server, then add a few rows. When you click the delete button beside the bottom row, a dialog appears with the error message noted above.
If you check the java.log file or debug.log file, you see errors that refer to the following:
MEVRegisterErrorEx: XFormsController.c 602 1 118 4294967295
MEVRegisterErrorEx XFormsControlledItemProcessor70.c 2124131479 118 4294967295
MEVRegisterErrorEx: XFormsControlledItemProcessorNativeGenProxy.c 2442 231479 118 4294967295
Resolving the problem
If you have an existing table and want to modify it to correct the problem, refer to the steps in the following technote:
To avoid the error condition when creating new tables, you can use any of the methods below to resolve the XML error in Webform Server. This technote provides an index to a collection of technotes that demonstrate different ways to avoid this problem.
- You can use the Table Wizard to create a table with a Remove button beside each row, but without a pane around the row. For instructions, see "Using the Lotus Forms Designer to create a table from scratch with one Remove button per row" (#1316301)
- You can build a table from scratch, without the wizard, and create your own Remove button beside each row. For instructions, see "Using the Lotus forms Designer to create a table from scratch with one Remove button per row" (1316301)
- You can use the wizard to build a table with a single Remove button, and with checkboxes at the start of each row; checked rows will be deleted when the Remove button outside the table is clicked. For instructions, see "Using the Lotus Forms Designer Table Wizard to create a table with a checkbox on each row to select row for removal". (#3136307)
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