QuickBooks POS XML Document Errors

QuickBooks POS XML Document Errors (0, 0)

In this article know the causes of QuickBooks POS XML document errors and how to fix them. This XML documents file error (0, 0) indicates that the user encounters the error while trying to open QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale.

The system displays an error message

Error: Process could not access file C:\ProgramData\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v(x)\SessionData.xml because it is being used by another process

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Know the Reason QuickBooks POS XML Document Errors (0, 0)

The reasons responsible for the occurrence of POS XML document errors are as follows:

  • The SessionData.xml file is damaged or corrupt.
  • Corrupt/damaged files in the Point of Sale Entitlement Client folder.

How to Fix QuickBooks POS XML Document Errors (0, 0)

Intuit recommends solutions for resolving the QuickBooks POS XML document errors. Follow the solutions step-wise and in the proper sequence as mentioned below.

Solution 1: Search the Location of the Company File

  • Search the location of the company file by F2 key
  • Close QuickBooks program
  • Finish all the tasks related to QuickBooks in the task manager.
  • Find where the company file is located.
  • Open the Avalara folder.
  • Learn more about the company with the error.
  • Delete the errorlist.xml file.

Solution 2: Rename the Session Data

  • Start your computer -> Go to Search field -> Enter Services.msc -> Press Enter.
  • Click Intuit Entitlement Service vX _> Choose Stop option (X is the highest number version you see). Close the window.
  • Display hidden files and folders.
Note: Make sure to select Show hidden files, folders and drives -> Click to delete hide protected system operating files checkbox.
  • Search the path C:ProgramDataIntuitEntitlement ClientvX.
  • Rename SessionData.xml to OLDSessionData.xml.

Solution 3: Remove files within the entitlement folder

  • Press Windows + R on your keyboard to bring up the search bar.
  • Type Services.msc into the search box, then press Enter.
  • Select Stop from the context menu when you right-click Intuit Entitlement Service vX (where X is the highest version number you see).
  • Snap the window shut. To display hidden files and directories or to do a Windows file search, follow the instructions.
    • Make sure to Show hidden files, folders, and drives are selected, then you have to click to deselect the box next to Hide protected system operating files.
  • Go to C:\ProgramData\Intui\tEntitlement Client\vX on the left pane, and then delete every file there.

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