Error 100 means the file is missing, but I think that also occurs when the access-settings to the file are wrong as well.
FileMaker Server runs under a certain user and the files should be accessible for that usee. Open the terminal and paste the following command there:
ls -l /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/FileMaker\ Server/Data/Documents/
The result should look something like:
-rwxrwxr-x 2 fmserver fmsadmin 68 12 dec 2012 sheet.xsl
-rwxrwxr-x 3 fmserver fmsadmin 102 13 okt 11:27 file.xml
If it is looking like
-rwxrwx---- 2 otheruser othergroup etc.etc
FMS won't be able to open it and you should edit the modifier and / or the owner setting for the file using chown or chmod
Thanks. I checked and the XSLT files had a different owner, so I changed them to fmserver, and I also just to be sure chmod to 777 on all the necessary files. Still no dice, and still a 100 error.
I've managed to partially figure it out, though not sure I'm happy with the results.
In the Import settings, if I specify Arrange by: to "Custom Input Order" the import works, but if I select "Matching Field Names" I get the 100 error. Not quite sure why that is, hopefully I can work around it. Does that sound like a bug, or is that an intentional operation?