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Error while importing Objects from UI (Doc ID 2533056.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure - Version 8.0.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 8.0.7 version, Unified Metadata Manager_OFSS

Issue while importing objects from UI even though file is present under restore folder.


ERROR
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[911597] Error while Extracting the Dump File. Please ensure that the Dump file is present under metadata/ restore folder

Below Error can also be seen in FUSIONSUBSYSTEMSService.log of App layer:

[27-03-19 18:08:31,728 GMT PM] [DEBUG] [APP] [AMHM] [NA] [EXPORTIMPORTLOGS] [GZUtil] Import path /scratch/XXXX/YYYY/ftpshare//ObjectMigration/metadata/restore/sample_export_1_INFODOM

[27-03-19 18:08:31,746 GMT PM] [DEBUG] [APP] [AMHM] [NA] [EXPORTIMPORTLOGS] [GZUtil] Created dir true

[27-03-19 18:08:31,747 GMT PM] [DEBUG] [APP] [AMHM] [NA] [FUSIONSUBSYSTEMSSERVICEPROVIDER] Error occured in handling Migration....java.lang.Exception: Error which Uncompressing .DMP file ...java.util.zip.ZipException: Invalid input file

[27-03-19 18:08:31,747 GMT PM] [DEBUG] [APP] [AMHM] [NA] [FUSIONSUBSYSTEMSSERVICEPROVIDER] Error which Uncompressing .DMP file ...java.util.zip.ZipException: Invalid input file java.lang.Exception: Error which Uncompressing .DMP file ...java.util.zip.ZipException: Invalid input file at metadata.servlet.common.GZUtil.unZip(GZUtil.java:121) at com.ofs.reveleus.fusionsubsystems.services.FusionSubSystemsServiceProvider.handleRequest(FusionSubSystemsServiceProvider.java:236) at com.iflex.fic.newservice.ServiceProxy.invokeService(ServiceProxy.java:184) at com.iflex.fic.newservice.NewServiceMaster.provideService(NewServiceMaster.java:211) at com.iflex.fic.newservice.DynamicServiceManager.provideService(DynamicServiceManager.java:299) at com.iflex.fic.ficserver.JavaRequestHandler.handleRequest(JavaRequestHandler.java:546) at com.iflex.fic.ficserver.JavaSocketConnection.run(JavaSocketConnection.java:201)

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Login to the application
2. Navigate to Object Migration >> Import Objects
3. Click on Add and enter the details for Import Objects form and select the Dump and save

BUSINESS IMPACT
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The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot import the objects.

Cause

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