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StackOverflowError while executing SCA scan

I'm trying to scan a multi module project using maven. Handpicking a set of modules thru -pl switch works fine.


However, when trying to scan the whole project, I'm encountering the following exception:


[2015-07-29 17:53:06.671 Thread-15 Master INFO]
Loaded nametable with 3919 compilation units
[2015-07-29 17:53:19.155 Thread-15 Master INFO]
Loaded nametable with 5225 compilation units
[2015-07-29 18:16:16.067 Thread-13 Master SEVERE 1009]
Unexpected exception while building call graph (file <unknown>)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTIdentifier.typeCheck(ASTIdentifier.java:87)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTReferenceExpression.typeCheck(ASTReferenceExpression.java:54)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTReferenceExpression.typeCheck(ASTReferenceExpression.java:53)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTRelationalExpression.typeCheck(ASTRelationalExpression.java:279)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTAndExpression.typeCheck(ASTAndExpression.java:79)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTOrExpression.typeCheck(ASTOrExpression.java:79)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTOrExpression.typeCheck(ASTOrExpression.java:83)
at com.fortify.sca.analyzer.structural.parser.ASTOrExpression.typeCheck(ASTOrExpression.java:83)



Any clues as to why this happens? The file was not identified in the log message. I have yet to determine which submodule is the culprit.



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