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ldifgen returning zero byte file
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Chad Dirst
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09/27/2013 12:14 PM
    While running the ldifgen command using the XmlToDataLdif option I am receiving a zero byte file.  I am running this command to convert our XML data file to an ldif format.

    I have successfully run this command in the past without issue, however, it is now not returning any results.

    The syntax for the command that I am using is:

    ldifgen XmlToDataLdif -f /tmp/sourceldapfile.ldif /tmp/sourcexmldata.xml

    The above command is returning zero byte for for /tmp/sourceldapfile.ldif.

    The input file (/tmp/sourcexmldata.xml)  I am using is generated via the following command: 
    ldifgen ldapdatatoxml -f /tmp/sourcexmldata.xml

    This has worked for me in the past.  We have not had any recent chagnes to our $LAWDIR/system/install.cfg file and I am baffled why it has stoppd working.  I am not receiving any error messages while running the command.  Only a zero byte file.

    Thanks in advance.  
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    10/01/2013 11:34 AM
    Does anyone have any comments.  We have tried numerous items and they have all been unsuccessful.  To reiterate, we are attempting utilize ldifgen to convert an XML file to an LDIF file.  Thanks. Chad
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    10/08/2015 3:35 PM
    Hey Chris - I know this post is quite old, but wondering if you were able to figure this out? I am, however getting an error - but, the zero bytes peaks my interest. Wondering if you tried anything that ultimately worked?
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