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Thread: URGENT!!! Pentaho Bi Server CE 5.0.1 - Error with Chrome v61

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by caralomi View Post
    The path is supposed to be a folder within PUC such as /public that would export all the folders below the public folder
    I'm using this command:

    ./import-export.sh --export --url=http://localhost:8080/pentaho --username=dvader --password=password --charset=UTF-8 --path=/public --file-path=C:/Users/dvader/Downloads/pentaho-solutions.zip --overwrite=true --permission=true --retainOwnership=true

    And getting this error:

    /usr/pentaho/biserver-ce
    /usr/pentaho/biserver-ce
    WARNING: Using java from path
    DEBUG: _PENTAHO_JAVA_HOME=
    DEBUG: _PENTAHO_JAVA=java
    log4j:WARN Continuable parsing error 3 and column 57
    log4j:WARN Document root element "configuration", must match DOCTYPE root "null".
    log4j:WARN Continuable parsing error 3 and column 57
    log4j:WARN Document is invalid: no grammar found.
    log4j:WARN The <configuration> element has been deprecated.
    log4j:WARN Use the <log4j:configuration> element instead.

  2. #12
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    Are you on a Windows or Linux system? --file-path=C:/Users/dvader/Downloads/pentaho-solutions.zip looks like Windows but import-export.sh is Linux
    Documentation:
    https://help.pentaho.com/Documentation/6.1/0P0/000/Backup_and_Restore_Pentaho_Repositories

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    Quote Originally Posted by johanhammink View Post
    Are you on a Windows or Linux system? --file-path=C:/Users/dvader/Downloads/pentaho-solutions.zip looks like Windows but import-export.sh is Linux
    Documentation:
    https://help.pentaho.com/Documentation/6.1/0P0/000/Backup_and_Restore_Pentaho_Repositories
    I'm on linux. Yes i've noticed that, it's just an error when posting here, i've used a linux file path when running that command.

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