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RPASCE Cloud: How To Resolve "ERROR : eebatch_unpack.ksh[159] - Unrecognized file type. Currently supports only .zip, .tar, .gz, and .tar.gz"? (Doc ID 2871706.1)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Demand Forecasting Cloud Service - Version 19.0 and later
Oracle Retail Predictive Application Server Cloud Edition - Version 19.0 and later
Oracle Retail Merchandise Financial Planning Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version NA and later
Oracle Retail Assortment & Item Planning Enterprise Edition Cloud Service Plus - Version 19.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

During the batch run the following error occurs. How can this be resolved?

14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[-] - Entering called script...
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[-] - Calling script: eebatch_exec.ksh
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[-] - Current directory: /rpasce/customer/domains/rdfcs/tasks/repository/20220523/t20220523141305p00
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[-] - Parameters: -d /rpasce/customer/domains/rdfcs -p abcd.hdr.csv.dat -l NONE
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[81] - eebatch_unpack Program started.
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[117] - Checking for file by exact name...
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[135] - Processing archive file [abcd.hdr.csv] with extension [dat]
14:13:12 : ERROR : eebatch_unpack.ksh[159] - Unrecognized file type. Currently supports only .zip, .tar, .gz, and .tar.gz
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[159] - Exiting script with code: 33
14:13:12 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[159] - Set t20220523141305p00/eebatch_unpack_141312_1 to failed
14:13:13 : INFORMATION : eebatch_unpack.ksh[1] - NO_EXIT_STATEMENT

Solution

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