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10g Archiver stopped Replicating - Error about release date being newer than current revision (Doc ID 1566587.1)

Last updated on JUNE 20, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 10.1.3.5.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The Content Server 10.1.3.5 is using Archive Replication. There is an Archive with many batch files that are stuck.
The batch files are building up with the same error in the Archiver logs:
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Automation failure. Import error for archive 'ARCHIVE_1' in collection 'prod': Content item 'FILE_XYZ' with revision label '1' was not successfully checked in. The release date (7/2/13 10:09 AM) of the new revision is not later than the release date (7/2/13 10:59 AM) of the latest revision in the system. [ Details ]

An error has occurred. The stack trace below shows more information.

!csArchiveAutomatedErrorPrefix!csImportErrorForArchiveInCollection,ARCHIVE_1,prod!$!csCheckinFailedWithRevLabel,FILE_XYZ,1!csCheckinReleaseDateError,{ts '2013-07-02 14:09:00.000Z'},{ts '2013-07-02 14:59:00.000Z'}
intradoc.common.ServiceException: !csCheckinFailedWithRevLabel,FILE_XYZ,1!csCheckinReleaseDateError,{ts '2013-07-02 14:09:00.000Z'},{ts '2013-07-02 14:59:00.000Z'}
at intradoc.server.ServiceRequestImplementor.buildServiceException(ServiceRequestImplementor.java:1760)
at intradoc.server.Service.buildServiceException(Service.java:1997)
...
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Changes

 On the Source content server a document had 2 revisions.  The Revision 1 was deleted.   A new revision was checked in specifying revision 1 and a released date that is older than the current revision 2 release date.

Cause

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