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Incorrect object type AOT in mig wiz

Hey,

I'm new at this part, so forgive me if this is newbie stuff.

We're trying to migrate some ZEN 6.5 apps to ZCM 10.0.2. On many of the app objects we're getting a migration failure of

"Incorrect object type AOT"

What does this mean? They're clearly AOT objects in the directory.

Anyone seen this or have thoughts on how to resolve it?

Mike
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