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Error uploading package with Package Manager

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FernandoUchiyam
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04-12-2018

Hi everyone,

I am trying to upload a basic package to stage environment (with Package Manage). It is a simple 1.5MB content package.

When I click the button to upload, an animation of a loading icon stays forever in the screen.

If I check the Chrome Dev Tools, it says the following in the console:

"Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 (Internal Server Error)"

"Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <

    at doDecode (ext-all-debug.js:11527)

    at Object.decode (ext-all-debug.js:11649)

    at Ext.form.Action.Submit.handleResponse (ext-all-debug.js:59055)

    at Ext.form.Action.Submit.processResponse (ext-all-debug.js:58876)

    at Ext.form.Action.Submit.success (ext-all-debug.js:59024)

    at runCallback (ext-all-debug.js:8652)

    at Ext.data.Connection.cb (ext-all-debug.js:8656)

    at HTMLIFrameElement.h (ext-all-debug.js:2463)"

Anyone has seen this before?

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FernandoUchiyam
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05-12-2018

Hi guys,

I found a workaround for this. It seems there is something wrong with the zip file.

If I unpack the zip file download from Package Manager, and if I pack it again, it works fine.

I used Linux Ubuntu 16.04 default zip/unzip file operations available from `Files` app for that.

I will mark this  thread as solved because I could find a workaround, but I think there is a bug here.