Deployment error

(Nishant Kishore) #1

Hi,

I keep getting the error, “One of your app’s resources (Application
Descriptor) is not valid and must be fixed before it can be installed.” I
saw that there was a similar post earlier but it seemed like it was fixed
with a private message. Could anybody give me heads up on a fix?

Best,

Nish

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(Nishant Kishore) #2

More info:

Installation error: INvalid content in the Profile Definition: Invalid XML
Structure(START_TAG@3:44 in java.io.InputStreamReader@428d46d0):
Expected Element found instead

··· On Friday, October 3, 2014 10:08:57 AM UTC-4, Nishant Kishore wrote: > > Hi, > > I keep getting the error, "One of your app's resources (Application > Descriptor) is not valid and must be fixed before it can be installed." I > saw that there was a similar post earlier but it seemed like it was fixed > with a private message. Could anybody give me heads up on a fix? > > Best, > > Nish >
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(Nate) #3

Hi Nishant,

Sorry you have been experiencing issues and thanks for reaching out to us.

For specific problems like this, we recommend using the "Report an Issue"
button (you can find this at the bottom of any page in CommCareHQ). It
gives us additional information about your project that will help us
resolve the issue more quickly. When you run into issues specific to your
project, this is the best way to reach out to us. We hope that you’ll use
the commcare-users mailing list for general questions and discussions about
CommCare.

Cheers,

··· -- Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139
web: http://www.dimagi.com/

On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 10:14 AM, Nishant Kishore nish.kishore@gmail.com wrote:

More info:

Installation error: INvalid content in the Profile Definition: Invalid XML
Structure(START_TAG@3:44 in java.io.InputStreamReader@428d46d0):
Expected Element found instead

On Friday, October 3, 2014 10:08:57 AM UTC-4, Nishant Kishore wrote:

Hi,

I keep getting the error, “One of your app’s resources (Application
Descriptor) is not valid and must be fixed before it can be installed.” I
saw that there was a similar post earlier but it seemed like it was fixed
with a private message. Could anybody give me heads up on a fix?

Best,

Nish


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(Jonathan Payne) #4

Did Dimagi find a fix for this?

I reported an issue, but trying to wrap this up!

··· On Friday, October 3, 2014 at 10:34:13 AM UTC-4, Nate Haduch wrote: > > Hi Nishant, > > Sorry you have been experiencing issues and thanks for reaching out to us. > > For specific problems like this, we recommend using the "Report an Issue" > button (you can find this at the bottom of any page in CommCareHQ). It > gives us additional information about your project that will help us > resolve the issue more quickly. When you run into issues specific to your > project, this is the best way to reach out to us. We hope that you'll use > the commcare-users mailing list for general questions and discussions about > CommCare. > > Cheers, > > -- > Nate Haduch > > Technical Support Analyst > Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139 > web: http://www.dimagi.com/ > > On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 10:14 AM, Nishant Kishore <nish.k...@gmail.com > wrote: > >> More info: >> >> Installation error: INvalid content in the Profile Definition: Invalid >> XML Structure(START_TAG@3:44 in java.io.InputStreamReader@428d46d0): >> Expected Element found instead >> >> >> On Friday, October 3, 2014 10:08:57 AM UTC-4, Nishant Kishore wrote: >>> >>> Hi, >>> >>> I keep getting the error, "One of your app's resources (Application >>> Descriptor) is not valid and must be fixed before it can be installed." I >>> saw that there was a similar post earlier but it seemed like it was fixed >>> with a private message. Could anybody give me heads up on a fix? >>> >>> Best, >>> >>> Nish >>> >> -- >> You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups >> "commcare-users" group. >> To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an >> email to commcare-user...@googlegroups.com . >> For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout. >> > > > > > >
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(William Pride) #5

Jonathan,

This is an issue that can occur intermittently due to different
circumstances - often due to connection issues (firewall or captive portal
EG). I believe Nishant resolved his issue by redeploying his app. We can
follow up offline on your bug report.

Best,
Will

··· On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 9:41 PM Jonathan Payne wrote:

Did Dimagi find a fix for this?

I reported an issue, but trying to wrap this up!

On Friday, October 3, 2014 at 10:34:13 AM UTC-4, Nate Haduch wrote:

Hi Nishant,

Sorry you have been experiencing issues and thanks for reaching out to us.

For specific problems like this, we recommend using the "Report an Issue"
button (you can find this at the bottom of any page in CommCareHQ). It
gives us additional information about your project that will help us
resolve the issue more quickly. When you run into issues specific to your
project, this is the best way to reach out to us. We hope that you’ll use
the commcare-users mailing list for general questions and discussions about
CommCare.

Cheers,


Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139
web: http://www.dimagi.com/

On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 10:14 AM, Nishant Kishore nish.k...@gmail.com wrote:

More info:

Installation error: INvalid content in the Profile Definition: Invalid
XML Structure(START_TAG@3:44 in java.io.InputStreamReader@428d46d0):
Expected Element found instead

On Friday, October 3, 2014 10:08:57 AM UTC-4, Nishant Kishore wrote:

Hi,

I keep getting the error, “One of your app’s resources (Application
Descriptor) is not valid and must be fixed before it can be installed.” I
saw that there was a similar post earlier but it seemed like it was fixed
with a private message. Could anybody give me heads up on a fix?

Best,

Nish


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(AJ Ederson) #6

Hi
You can try to these 2 solutions:

  • uninstall the previous version of the application and run the new version
  • try to install from an internet connection with less rules/restrictions.
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