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[OO Tip] Error - Plugin data Jar was not found in studio plugin repository


Using Operations Orchestration (OO) 10.00 and upgrading from 9.00, following the upgrade under heading 'Upgrading Custom Content' an error occures:


'Plugin data Jar was not found in studio plugin repository'


After running the upgrade content command (cmd) as per the document and including the custom dll used by the custom operations from version 9:

upgrade-content.bat --name "IAG Flows" --publisher IAG --repo D:\V9Upgrade\OOPRODBkp_Local --output D:\NewRepositories\OOPRODBkp_Local --inclusions-dir D:\V9Upgrade\inclusions --rases-dirs d:\V9Upgrade\RAS_list.txt

The library (lib) folder is created per the section, "When you upgrade your repository, the upgraded content pack contains custom flows and operations, and a populated Lib folder containing custom IActions JARs/dlls, maven plugins
(wrappers for each custom JAR/dll) and third party dependencies in maven repository format."

If the content is imported either as a content pack or project the custom operations will all contain an error stating 'Plugin data Jar was not found in studio plugin repository'.



The problem is the custom content uses a Microsoft dynamic link library (DLL) "Microsoft.GroupPolicy.Management.Interop-1.0.dll", which is a 32 bit version. When trying to load it from 64 bit system, it fails.

There is a workaround as follows:
1. Download a 64-bit version of microsoft.grouppolicy.interop.dll from: http://originaldll.com/file/microsoft.grouppolicy.interop.dll/10724.html
2. Replace the Microsoft.GroupPolicy.Management.Interop-1.0.dll file under Lib\iag\Microsoft.GroupPolicy.Management.Interop\1.0 within "IAG Flows Content V9-CP-1.0.0.jar" by the downloaded 64 bit version (the file name should be modified to be exactly "Microsoft.GroupPolicy.Management.Interop-1.0.dll".
This will solve the issue for Studio installations to where this content pack is imported for the first time.
3. For Studio installations to where this content pack has already been imported, go to C:\users\<username>\.oo\data\maven\iag\Microsoft.GroupPolicy.Management.Interop\1.0 and replace the Microsoft.GroupPolicy.Management.Interop-1.0.dll file with the 64 bit file downloaded in step (1) above, while changing the file name to "Microsoft.GroupPolicy.Management.Interop-1.0.dll".
4. Restart the Studio
Direct link to the document here:
HP Support
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