I'm experiencing the same issue [reading XML causes errors that say things from "no such file" to some odd Java exception.] I'm able to use a template XML file and after authenticating a user, transform the template into a proper XML file and then successfully save it to the en_US Doc Repository with updated values.
However, no matter what I've tried or who I've asked, the READ on the XML file so that I can actually script something that does some routing based on the value of the XML file created in my first script? Ultra fail.
I've even worked with three separate TAC IPCC engineers who were able to reproduce the issue in their test environment, but they were unable to assist. Eventually, whe pressed, I received this response from the last IPCC engineer.:
Yes I know what I provided you with is what you already have achieved and this missing step is precisely what you need: how to setup the script to check the status and value of this XML document and then decide routing according to the state. But unfortunately this is what I found internally. The other resources are the ones you already know: support forums, scripting guides. The other resource with suggest to customer looking for script assistance is the Cisco Account Manager of your company, they know where to get the resources for such issues. Then again as I mentioned before on our phone conversation TAC does not support scripting but certainly if I find something else on my side I will let you know for sure."
I would do ponderous cartwheels of joy if someone who has this working in version 9.x [9.0.2 specifically] could share the deep magic.
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