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Archiver Import Throws CsNotValidDependantValue Error (Doc ID 2365253.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 26, 2018

Applies to:

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


Getting csNotValidDependantValue error on archiver import even though the value clearly exists.

Import error for archive '<My_Archived_Data>' in collection '<CollectionTransfer>':
Content item '<ContentId>' was not successfully checked in. The value '<SomeValue>' in
field '<Column>' is not a valid dependant value. [ Details ]
An error has occurred. The stack trace below shows more information.
intradoc.common.ServiceException: !csUnableToCheckIn,<ContentId>
  at intradoc.server.ServiceRequestImplementor.buildServiceException(
  at intradoc.server.Service.buildServiceException(
  at intradoc.server.Service.createServiceExceptionEx(
  at intradoc.server.Service.createServiceException(
  at intradoc.server.DocServiceHandler.validateMetaData(
and more ....
  at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiverMonitor.doArchiving(
  at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiverMonitor$
Caused by: intradoc.common.ServiceException: !csNotValidDependantValue,<SomeValue>,<Column>
  at intradoc.shared.MetaFieldData.validate(
  at intradoc.server.DocServiceHandler.validateMetaData(
  ... 51 more

1. Initiate an archiver import
2. Above referenced error is experienced although the value clearly exists.




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