Hi Michael, Thanks for your suggestion.
Regarding to edit the file in question to see what the problem is, I did get the same suggestion when I searched the Google using the keyword "SAXException: [word/document.xml line 2]" yesterday. That post said that I could treat the .docx file as a zipped file, and unzipped it to find what the error was. After extracting the "document.xml" file from the corrupted report, line 2 was composed of extremely long characters ended with unknown symbol. By deleting the unknown symbol, I could view the report now. Regarding to your finding about the generated SPDX file with 13 mio lines, it is true. The uploaded file was a tar file composed of more than 100,000, and that's the reason why the SPDX file contained huge amount of lines. Your observation also leads a question in my mind. What should be the suitable upload to be scanned by the Fossology tool? The uploaded file was the whole source codes of my project, and it was composed of the following modules. 1. SDK from the vendor. 2. Linux kernel. 3. WEB GUI design. 4. BSP. 5. Our applications in C and shell scripts. The main purpose of scanning our codes by Fossology is for OSS compliance. Since the SDK from vendor is designed by themselves, those codes shouldn't be the OSS. I am wondering whether I should remove the SDK module from the tar file before uploading to the scheduler. By the way, the WEB GUI design supports multi-language. Since some of the symbols in the web page files might use the character sets not being recognized by the Fossology tool, I am wondering whether this the reason why I failed to open the generated report. If the above two assumptions are two, does it mean that we need to manually filter out some "inappropriate" files before scanning the tar file? Thanks. Todd -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Links: You receive all messages sent to this group. View/Reply Online (#3452): https://lists.fossology.org/g/fossology/message/3452 Mute This Topic: https://lists.fossology.org/mt/82741191/21656 Group Owner: fossology+ow...@lists.fossology.org Unsubscribe: https://lists.fossology.org/g/fossology/unsub [arch...@mail-archive.com] -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-