Java.lang.SecurityException: Security violation, expect: 514, actual: 0

[import] Connect to http://bi-internal.oracleoutsourcing.com/xmlpserver using *****
[import] Import "****.xdo" from "****" to "****.xdo"
Command Error: import->importObject
java.lang.SecurityException: Security violation: ****.xdo, user: ****, expect: 514, actual: 0
Done.
How do I debug this further? If I re-run several times it eventually starts working.
Edited by: mcarter on May 24, 2013 9:30 AM

Exactly the file output file is binary. Do a vi on it, you'll see what I mean. To push this through our patching system it needs to be in it's xml format like in the BICatalogUtil.sh. To my understanding that archive is a compressed archive of the xml files (stored like the backend). I need to figure out how to uncompress so it can feed through our patching system.
Would be better if we could just get the BICatalogUtil.sh error resolved as that method does work (most of the time).

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