RSS Feeds

Hi,

does some get the RSS Feeds running? If i try to load the Feed within my
feed reader (incl. Auth!) i get error Message:

Feed contains a XML Syntax Error:

Unexpected Token: ‘TAGEND’ Token expected Line 31, Position 3

I have tried with different RSS Readers, same Error.

Using RT 3.4.1 under Redhat

PS: All needed Perl Files are installed correctly, nothing at the Apache
Error Log!

Any Ideas?

Thanks

Torsten

Mit freundlichen Gruessen / With kindest regards

Torsten Brumm
IT Security Engineer

Kuehne+Nagel AG & Co KG
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Hi,

does some get the RSS Feeds running? If i try to load the Feed within my
feed reader (incl. Auth!) i get error Message:

Feed contains a XML Syntax Error:

Unexpected Token: ‘TAGEND’ Token expected Line 31, Position 3

What’s in position 3 of line 31?

line 79, column 30: XML parsing error: :79:30: not well-formed
(invalid token)
dc:creatorSimon Kuhn</dc:creator>

(I think that it doesn’t like the @)

What version of XML::RSS do you have installed? Older versions didn’t
encode entities by default. (RT should probably require at least
version 1.02, but doesn’t seem to.)

–dave

I found this information from a message in the May archives(before I was on the user list)

I have XML::RSS v1.05 and getting the same results.
Seems like the XML has some weird characters in it from an email that was copied over into a
Ticket in RT. Anybody else have any suggestions?

LiveBookmarks from Firefox gets some of the data, but once it gets one of those characters then
It gives the message about the XML not being well formed. Any help is appreciated.

TJ

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anyone to pull the RSS Feeds?

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I understand that 3.8.8 allowed the RSS feeds to use some kind of authentication token - does anyone know how this is done?

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I understand that 3.8.8 allowed the RSS feeds to use some kind of authentication token - does
anyone know how this is done?

The auth tokens are baked into the RSS link available from search
results.

-kevin