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Publish Failed During Serialisation Due To Invalid Character (Doc ID 1539074.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Sites - Version and later
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Publish failed during serialisation phase with the following errors:

Packager (LOCAL): 26%. Last known action: EXCEPTION: com.fatwire.cs.core.realtime.DataException: Exception serializing item ASSET:Media_C:1230987654321
   at com.fatwire.realtime.DefaultSerializerImpl.execute(
   at com.fatwire.realtime.PubDataPackager.execute(
   at com.fatwire.realtime.PubMain._standardPublish(
   at com.fatwire.realtime.PubMain.execute(
   at org.apache.jsp.jsp.cs_005fdeployed.OpenMarket.Xcelerate.PrologActions.Publish.AdvPub.PublishApprovedAssets_jsp._jspService(
   at org.apache.jasper.runtime.HttpJspBase.service(
Caused by: java.lang.NullPointerException
   at com.fatwire.realtime.BinaryAssetSerializerImpl._serialize(
   at com.fatwire.realtime.BinaryAssetSerializerImpl.execute(
   at com.fatwire.realtime.DefaultSerializerImpl.execute(
   ... 92 more


2013-03-05 16:44:24.443 [-]  [-] Publish failed for approved assets (error number: -508). Data is corrupt: Blob attribute '1239876543210' has empty value for row '1238765432109' in MungoBlobs table.


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