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Class.initialize - The configuration file is not valid - the errors were: xmlParseEntityRef: no name

Question asked by JosephBarrera1356024 on Oct 23, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 23, 2015 by JosephBarrera1356024
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rally2_qc_connector version: 4.6.0-84
pid: 5352
starting at: 2015-10-23 16:49:12 Z
cwd: C:/Program Files (x86)/RallyConnectorforQualityCenter configs: qc_config.xml interval: -1
Work Item Connector Hub version: 1.0.0-633-master/master
RallyConnection spoke version: 4.9.4 using rally_api gem version 1.2.0
QCConnection spoke version: 4.6.0-84-master
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[2015-10-23 16:49:12 Z] INFO : RallyEIF::WRK::ConnectorRunner.show_logging_settings - Log file size set to 5242880
[2015-10-23 16:49:12 Z] INFO : RallyEIF::WRK::ConnectorRunner.show_logging_settings - Log files maximum count set to 10
[2015-10-23 16:49:12 Z] ANY : RallyEIF::WRK::ConnectorRunner.block in run - processing to commence using content from qc_config.xml
[2015-10-23 16:49:12 Z] ANY : Class.read_config_file - qc_config.xml last modified 2015-10-23 16:49:04 UTC, size: 1751 chars
[2015-10-23 16:49:12 Z] ERROR : Class.initialize - The configuration file is not valid - the errors were:
xmlParseEntityRef: no name
xmlParseEntityRef: no name
[2015-10-23 16:49:12 Z] ERROR : Class.initialize - The configuration file is not valid - the errors were:
xmlParseEntityRef: no name
xmlParseEntityRef: no name

I'm assuming I need to fix one of the entity elements in my config file. Does this error message help with pinpointing which element I need to fix. Could someone provide an example of what one should look like?  

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