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Invalid package.xml format…??? 
 
usbswiper
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I’ve got a new module that I’m trying to package and put into Magento Connect.

I used the admin panel to package the module and I can successfully install and uninstall it no problem via Magento Connect direct.  Now I’m trying to officially add it to Magento Connect but I’m running into this invalid package.xml format error and I can’t seem to figure it out.

I’ve searched the forum and others seem to get it working by using different browsers...which seems odd...but I’m not having any luck no matter what browser I use.

I’ve attached the module I’m trying to add here.  Any information on what I’m doing wrong would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!

 
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branko_ajzele
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Are you possibly using “magento-community” for “Channel” value?

If so, try putting just “community”, helped me.

 
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usbswiper
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Interesting...I thought I had posted an update to this thread but apparently it didn’t take.

Almost right after I posted this message I realized the name in my package.xml didn’t match the name I had given when I created the extension page in MagentoConnect.  After updating that it solved my issue.

Would be nice if it would return a better error message.

 
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