I have a user on XP who has used the report browser in the past, but today, it generates and error dialog box stating Failed to load file ... and if you browse to his TMP folder, the file is there but the InRoadReport.txt and the corresponding tmp files are also there, but are zero bytes.
I even had him open the rawxml.xsl report and save the XML file to his desktop and then try opening it in the report browser. Same basic error message.
We all use the same project defaults that are driven by CFG files so our reports are on the network and I seem to have not problems.
Does anyone know why this type of error occurs and how to correct it.
Even a reboot of the PC did not help.
In the root directory where the XSL files are located (default location is C:\Program Files (x86)\Bentley\InRoads Group V8.11\XML Data\en), make sure you have the following files:
There all there.
I logged on to one of the PC's having this problem and also get the same error.
It writes the initial XML file to the temp folder. But if you select a stylesheet that writes an html page, the page that is written (InRoadsReport.htm) is bare bones - title only.
If you select a report that writes a TXT file, there is a zero byte InRoadsReport.txt file.
On my PC that it works, when switching from TXT to HTML output, the InRoadsReport.<ext> file that is no longer needed is removed. On the PC that does not work, the InRoadsReport.<ext> file remains.
Charles (Chuck) Rheault CADD Manager
MDOT State Highway Administration
Can you post a screenshot of the error message?
I have the same problem and have not found an answer. Please refer to another forum post:
I'd do appreciate any tip that will make reports working.