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Request failed: org.apache.jackrabbit.vault.packaging.PackageException: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Blob equality check failed (500)

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I am working in a proxy environment and tried to build and deploy the projec using the command mvn clean install -PautoInstallPackage , build was success but it is not getting deployed ..

 

I can find the below error:

Request failed: org.apache.jackrabbit.vault.packaging.PackageException: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Blob equality check failed (500) while creating the build , but the build is success

 

Kindly help out with the steps to resolve this 

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Hi @JADISH ,

My guess is that either firewall/antivirus policies/network restrictions could potentially be the root cause for this behaviour that's blocking "upload/installation" of files on your machine.

Check if

  • you have https/ssl enabled in settings.xml or pom.xml or any rc file?
  • proxy is enabled in settings.xml?
  • you are able to manually install the generated package at http://localhost:4502//crx/packmgr/index.jsp after logging-in as admin user.

Additionally, 

Check if you're able to access "https://repo.adobe.com/nexus/content/groups/public" ​via browser? If yes, then fix your cacerts- download the repo.adobe.com cert and add it to your keystore. If not, then your network proxy is the root cause, try different network/machine and test the same.

You could also configure a proxy in your settings.xml if you have one available.

E.g. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21076179/pkix-path-building-failed-and-unable-to-find-valid-cert...

Hope that helps!

Regards,

Santosh

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Hi,
Could you please check if the package can be installed manually.

It could be that the package has some content which are not correct as per JCR node definition

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

Hi @JADISH ,

My guess is that either firewall/antivirus policies/network restrictions could potentially be the root cause for this behaviour that's blocking "upload/installation" of files on your machine.

Check if

  • you have https/ssl enabled in settings.xml or pom.xml or any rc file?
  • proxy is enabled in settings.xml?
  • you are able to manually install the generated package at http://localhost:4502//crx/packmgr/index.jsp after logging-in as admin user.

Additionally, 

Check if you're able to access "https://repo.adobe.com/nexus/content/groups/public" ​via browser? If yes, then fix your cacerts- download the repo.adobe.com cert and add it to your keystore. If not, then your network proxy is the root cause, try different network/machine and test the same.

You could also configure a proxy in your settings.xml if you have one available.

E.g. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21076179/pkix-path-building-failed-and-unable-to-find-valid-cert...

Hope that helps!

Regards,

Santosh

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@JADISH 

There is a possibility there is a missmatch in jcr node definition.

There could be permission issues, and is unable to write the binaries on the datastore folder.

Hope this helps!