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JavaAPICheck error

  • 1.  JavaAPICheck error

    Posted 07-10-2020 05:43 PM

    I am using the sample Java class JavaAPICheck to test scan a file. I am getting the following error.

    My command issued is as follows:

    java -cp C:\JavaApplication1\src\javaapplication1 JavaAPICheck -file:c:\temp\test.csv -streambased:1 -streamFileLocal:1 -server: -output:C:\temp\test.out -originalname:c:\temp\test.csv

    Error received is as follows:

    ScanEngineTo Be Used$ScanEngineInfo@15db9742
    ScanEngine For Scanning [$ScanEngineInfo@15db9742]
    scan mode 1
    streamFileLocal==1 extended API= 0
    file For Scan =c:\temp\test.csv scPolicy=SCAN scanFileOriginName =c:\temp\test.csv
    Problem encountered! Scanning Failed 4!!

    Any suggestions to resolve this issue?


  • 2.  RE: JavaAPICheck error

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 07-13-2020 03:00 AM
    Hi Shyam Raj,

    We encourage you to post this query on respective product community page. May I know which product is this query related to?

    Heena Tabassum
    Customer Care Community Admin

  • 3.  RE: JavaAPICheck error

    Posted 07-13-2020 04:52 AM
    This is probably what is being looked for.

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