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Open the web.config file, search for rules that point to version 10.2.6600.0 (based on the sample error above), and correct. I am trying to publish noncommerce on window azure for testing purpose. When I publish my project. I am getting four errors. the first one is: " Error. When the Doc ID and prefix are invalid, this is relative to what the user has already specified using the Load File Import Tool. For example, if. error + on load file

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The windows shutdowns shuddenly (power is down) when opening a drawio file .

After that, this file is corrupted and cannot open with the error message " error on line 1 at column 1: Document is empty".

Can you guide me to error + on load file this error? many important graphs in there

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Hi, 

did you use diagrams.net online or desktop version, please? Also check version under Help in the editor.

Where was the file saved?

If there is no sensitive data, is it possible to attach the diagram file here so we could test it?

Regards,

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Hey guys, I have the same problem since this morning. File I have been working on for a few days will not load, it keeps showing "Error loading file" I worked on it online and I tried the desktop version too and it's the same thing. If you can send me a private email so I can send you the file if you can check it out please.
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Hi Nemanja,

could you please submit all the details with drawio file to https://drawio.atlassian.net/jira/servicedesk/projects/DND/queues/custom/83 please?

We basically shouldn't use private emails because the replies should be seen by whole community (they might help someone)

When it comes to sensitive data as in your case, just submit all to the link given above.

Meanwhile, check Drive revision history. Both Google Drive and OneDrive have it and hopefully you'll find versions you will be able to download and reopen it.

Regards,

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I can not, cause it shows me that that the file even the one I download, " Error loading file -  Not a diagram file", and I did nothing to the file and I was working on it for a week in the same tab opened on the browser. I will attached it here cause when I try to open the link from you email it shows me that the email I use for drawio has no  access to Jira. Please see attached and inspect it, cause I would be super nice if I did not have to write everything again :)
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Thanks for the file. Unfortunately, the file is filled with zeros only even it is not empty. We are not able to tell what exactly has happened, but for sure we would like to investigate this more

and prevent this from happening again.

I added your issue here: https://github.com/jgraph/drawio/issues/2126 so you can track and comment.

Could you add to the GitHub issue the following comments:

* drawio version you error + on load file (can be seen under Help in the editor)

* did you use diagrams.net

* browser version and operating system

* is anything unexpected happen as the user above reported? power down, system crash, anything you noticed it was unusual etc.

We are truly sorry this happened. 

Kind regards,

Upgrade: Sitefinity Could not load file or assembly error

The error message indicates one of the following problems:

  • There is an assembly version mismatch that can affect any assembly or NuGet package.
Example: If upgrading Sitefinity CMS from version 10.2.6600.0 to version 11.0.6700.0. When the site initializes the following error message appears: Could not load file or assembly 'Telerik.Sitefinity.Utilities, Version=10.2.6600.0, error + on load file, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b28c218413bdf563' or one of its dependencies.Since the site is error + on load file to 11.0.6600.0 there must be no more assemblies with version 10.2.6600.0. There must be either a leftover assembly Telerik.Sitefinity.Utilities.dll with version 10.2.6600.0 or a <bindingRedirect> rule in web.config that instructs the compiler to search for assembly with this version, error + on load file.
  • A certain assembly with a specific version can not be found but is required for the site to successfully start-up.
Example:If upgrading Sitefinity CMS from version 10.2.6600.0 to version 11.0.6700.0. When the site initializes the following error message appears: Could not load file or assembly 'Telerik.Sitefinity.Utilities, Version=11.0.6700.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b28c218413bdf563' or one of its dependencies.In this case, the assembly is the correct version, but it is missing from the site.

Incorrect assembly name in the web.config.

 

Did you just receive a document production with a load file error?

 

You are not the first and will not be the last.

 

What are load files? Files that help load and organize electronic documents and electronically stored information (ESI) when it is imported into e-discovery software so that it may be viewed, searched and filtered.

 

To make your life easier, we discuss three common load file snafus and how to remedy them.

 

Anatomy of a Production

To start, let’s discuss what is included in a database production. (For purposes of this article, when we refer to a “database production”, we mean a collection of ESI loaded into e-discovery software in a form other than its native (original) format.  As a result, a load file may be necessary to organize and maintain original information about the documents (metadata).

 

Usually a database production includes load files, along with ESI in an image format (such steelseries terror models tiff or pdf) and corresponding text files. Load files contain data about each document and helps link the image and text files when they are imported into an e-discovery database.

 

Load files also generally contain metadata relating to the documents such as the date a document was created, the original file name, and for email, information about senders and recipients. This data is saved in load files in tabular format and each piece of information is separated by a delimiter–characters (often commas) used to separate one value from another in a record.

 

Common Load File Error # 1: Wrong Encoding Type

Have you ever opened a load file only to find random characters that made no sense and did not look like the text you were expecting to see? Chances are that the file is incorrectly encoded.

 

Encoding is the process of converting data into a format recognizable by the software you are using. Load files may be created with an encoding format incompatible with the e-discovery error + on load file into which they will be loaded; this means the load file will be unreadable.  So, it is very important to resolve encoding errors before importing them.

 

E-Discovery software often only recognizes certain encoding formats. Here is a list of a few popular e-discovery database platforms and compatible encoding formats:

 

Logikcull: UTF-8, ASCII

Relativity: Western European, Unicode, UTF-7, UTF-8, ASCII

Concordance: Unicode Standard (UTF-1, UTF-7, UTF-8, UTF-EBCDIC, UTF-16, UTF-32), ASCII

Summation: UTF-8-BOM, ASCI, ASCII

 

To convert a load file into the proper encoding for the software you are using, text editing software like Notepad++ may be used, error + on load file. To correct encoding errors, open the load file with the text editor and re-save the file in an encoding format compatible with the software into which you will import the ESI or document production.

 

 

 

Common Load File Error #2: Mismatched line numbers

Another frequent error encountered when loading document production load files into e-discovery software is a line mismatch error. This simply means that the number of documents being uploaded does not match up with the number of lines in the load file.

 

Each line in a load file corresponds to a single document. Thus, the number of lines in a load file must match the number of documents being imported. If they do not match, a common cause is an extra line break in the load file.

 

This is a tricky error to fix because you must dig deep into the load file to find the extra line break. One way to identify the error is again by opening the load file in a text editing tool, noting the number of lines in the file and compare it to the number of documents to be uploaded into the e-discovery software.

 

The number of extra lines in your load file compared to the number of documents is the number of line break errors you must fix. To correct, review the load file and delete any unnecessary line breaks which are indicated by delimiters (a text character like a comma or paragraph sign). Be aware of the type of delimiters used in your load file and maintain the proper format as you adjust any line breaks. (Check out this article for more on delimiters), error + on load file. Once you have deleted the extra line breaks the number of lines in your load file should match the number of documents you are uploading.

 

Common Load File Error 3: Field Formatting Errors

When importing data into an e-discovery database, the fields in a load file must be matched to the appropriate fields in the software. This is called mapping. Additionally, if information in the load file fields are not formatted in a way that the e-discovery software recognizes, error + on load file, errors will occur upon import.

 

An example of a common formatting error relates to dates. If software requires date formats listing the full year (01/01/2018) and your load file lists only the last two digits of the year (01/01/18) the metadata will not populate the field. To fix this the load file must be corrected so all dates are in the proper format of 01/01/2018. Once the formatting has been corrected in your load file you will be able to properly import your date fields into your database.

 

Another common load file formatting issue occurs when text in a metadata field is larger than what the database allows. There are typically two text formats for fields in your database, error + on load file for short text that has a character restriction and one that is a long text format. Subsystem kernel error unsupportedprotocol you have a field that is formatted for short text but in your load file you have documents that with more characters than the field accommodates, an error will occur during import. This commonly happens with a field such as Email CC, Email BCC, Email To, and text link fields.

 

To fix this problem, try to adjust database fields to handle longer text entries. (Note: In Relativity, you will not be able to change the format of a field after creation. To fix a formatting issue you need to create a new field with the proper formatting type.)

 

These are just a few errors that you may encounter when importing load files into an e-discovery database. If you have questions about your load files, send us a message. We are always happy to help.

 

"Could not load file or assembly" error when you compile an SDK application for Microsoft Dynamics SL 2011

This article provides a solution to an error that occurs when you compile a Software Development Kit (SDK) application for Error + on load file Dynamics SL 2011.

Applies to:   Microsoft Dynamics SL 2011, Microsoft Dynamics SL 2011 Service Pack 1
Original KB number:   2685054

Symptoms

When you compile a Microsoft Dynamics SL SDK application scx-4200 internal error a 64-bit workstation in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, you receive the following error:

Could not load file or assembly 'file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_32/Interop.SAF/8.0.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35/Interop.SAF.dll' or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.

Cause

There's an issue in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 on a 64-bit workstations where it incorrectly assumes various DLL files (such as Interop.SAF) are 64 bit when they are in fact 32 bit.

Resolution

There are several options to work around this issue:

  1. Use a 32-bit workstation to compile the Microsoft Dynamics SL Software Development Kit (SDK) application.
  2. Use Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 instead.

"Load File Source Discovery Failed" Error

Problem

When trying to add a load file, the user receives the following error message:

Error Message

From the server.log:

The server.log files may also report the following:

Cause

This is usually the case when the Load File data contains an invalid DocID and/or prefix.

Solution

When the Doc ID and prefix are invalid, this is relative to what the user has already specified error + on load file the Load File Import Tool.

For example, if the user has already specified that the prefix should be ABC123 - and error + on load file column contains documents with a prefix of EFG456- then this error will occur. Check the information that is set in the LFI tool and compare it with what is already in the load file - use the preview window in the Load File Import tool to determine its format. If multiple types of prefix or Doc ID are found in the load file, specify more than one prefix in the LFI tool.

 

 

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