Error uploading DPS Article: Unable to parse the manifest file. (IN014)

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sunglassh593413

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sunglassh593413

22-01-2016

I'm simply trying to upload a DPS article. The file is nothing out of the ordinary. The InDesign CC 2015 file contains a scrolling frame, an object state, and some buttons that link to PDFs. I have not re-linked the PDFs yet to new source (still linked to old HTMLResources folder). Could that be causing the problem?

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Christophe_Joss

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Christophe_Joss
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16-05-2016

is there maybe a "/" in the .mp4 filename, a special or extended character?

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jennfrost

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jennfrost

13-05-2016

Was there a resolution to this issue? I'm getting the same error when trying to upload an article with just an mp4 link in it.

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Colin_Fleming

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Colin_Fleming

27-01-2016

If you want me to take a look at the ID file, let me know where I can download it. fleming@adobe.com

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sunglassh593413

27-01-2016

I am now getting the same error message for an article that does not link to any PDF’s. Are there other factors that could be causing the upload to fail?

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Colin_Fleming

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Colin_Fleming

25-01-2016

I'd suspect the links to the PDFs. Try removing them and then uploading the article file.

DPS 2015 doesn't support upload of HTMLResources in the Portal. Migrated content from DPS 2014 will duplicate the contents of that folder, but many links are modified during the migration process -- so building new content and assuming old name/syntax may lead you astray. Removing the links as a test seems like a reasonable process.

HTH -- Colin