Hi, If the issue wasn't fixed with the released fix, then youll have to
check back with Adobe Support to see if it's been resolved in even later
Service Packs (or you could look at the release nodes for subsequent
SP). If not, then it sounds like the bug isnt fixed and you'd need to
log a Support issue so the product team can fix it. In the interim you
can try the solution I outlined above (im not sure if it still works if
they actually did change something in 6.5.8, that might render my
Im not entirely certain (i dont have a Windows machine to test) but it
looks like its failing (because it cant find the folder/file) to copy
... That makes some sense since it appears the Windows path is actually
starting with a "/D:...." which, i assume is invalid path syntax?
Assuming you arent putting the leading slash in - Maybe you could try
making the path to your project relative and see if that works...
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There error is: [ERROR] ValidationViolation: "jackrabbit-packagetype:
Package of type 'APPLICATION' is not supposed to contain
includes/excludes below any of its filters!",
filePath=META-INF\vault\filter.xml So i think you need to explicitly
name your index definition node to include, so far example: Rather than using the
include/excludes under the filter (which allow your wild cards) - try
naming your indexes explicitly.