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Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 Hash Issue
« on: October 09, 2015, 09:04:52 AM »
Good Morning -

Over the past week or so, I've been getting an error when trying to publish the latest Picasa update in your catalog.  This morning, I updated the catalog again, but still got the issue.  Below are the details:

Update: Google Picasa 3.9.140.239
From Log:
PublishItem: Download Content: file was downloaded successfully.
PublishItem: Successfully retrieved content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 (UpdateId:'6225d709-8c1e-45a2-81ef-413e09987937' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' to local file: C:\Users\bdkeller\AppData\Local\Temp\2\\pnk4fi4z.2vs\picasa39-setup.exe
PublishItem: --- Digest verification failed on content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 (UpdateId:'6225d709-8c1e-45a2-81ef-413e09987937' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.
PublishItem: --- Publish of software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 (UpdateId:'6225d709-8c1e-45a2-81ef-413e09987937' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' has FAILED.
PublishProgress: Publish operation completed.

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Re: Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 Hash Issue
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2015, 08:50:12 AM »
Thanks for reporting, we are looking into this Hash issue.

Good Morning -

Over the past week or so, I've been getting an error when trying to publish the latest Picasa update in your catalog.  This morning, I updated the catalog again, but still got the issue.  Below are the details:

Update: Google Picasa 3.9.140.239
From Log:
PublishItem: Download Content: file was downloaded successfully.
PublishItem: Successfully retrieved content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 (UpdateId:'6225d709-8c1e-45a2-81ef-413e09987937' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' to local file: C:\Users\bdkeller\AppData\Local\Temp\2\\pnk4fi4z.2vs\picasa39-setup.exe
PublishItem: --- Digest verification failed on content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 (UpdateId:'6225d709-8c1e-45a2-81ef-413e09987937' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.
PublishItem: --- Publish of software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 (UpdateId:'6225d709-8c1e-45a2-81ef-413e09987937' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' has FAILED.
PublishProgress: Publish operation completed.

Thanks

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Re: Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 Hash Issue
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2015, 02:19:02 PM »
Good Afternoon -

The 3rd Wednesday of each month is when I release 3rd party updates so again reimported and published new updates this morning - however - Google Picasa still was the only one to fail.  The error I had was different, though.  I tried publishing it to SCCM (2012 R2 - located locally) using "Full Content" with and without resigning the cert; but both failed.  below are the lines from the log...
PublishItem: Update ''Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'' has no dependencies.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Publishing update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Evaluating software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' for publishing as FullContent.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' needs to be published with full content.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Retrieving content for update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:27 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Content will be saved to C:\Users\bdkeller\AppData\Local\Temp\2\\mxueuhrm.2u3\picasa39-setup.exe.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:27 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Download Content: file was downloaded successfully.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Successfully retrieved content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' to local file: C:\Users\bdkeller\AppData\Local\Temp\2\\mxueuhrm.2u3\picasa39-setup.exe   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Digest verification failed on content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Publish of software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' has FAILED.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)

When importing catalogs, I usually choose "No to All" for duplicates as I have custom Supersedence set - but - for Picasa I overwrote the old one with the latest version.  Also, if it makes a difference, it appears as Expired in SCCM even though it does not appear as such in SCUP.  Weird.

Thanks!



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Re: Google Picasa 3.9.140.239 Hash Issue
« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2015, 08:01:28 PM »
You are trying to publish a older version. You should see Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 if you imported our latest catalog.

Good Afternoon -

The 3rd Wednesday of each month is when I release 3rd party updates so again reimported and published new updates this morning - however - Google Picasa still was the only one to fail.  The error I had was different, though.  I tried publishing it to SCCM (2012 R2 - located locally) using "Full Content" with and without resigning the cert; but both failed.  below are the lines from the log...
PublishItem: Update ''Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'' has no dependencies.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Publishing update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Evaluating software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' for publishing as FullContent.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' needs to be published with full content.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:26 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Retrieving content for update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:27 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Content will be saved to C:\Users\bdkeller\AppData\Local\Temp\2\\mxueuhrm.2u3\picasa39-setup.exe.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:27 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Download Content: file was downloaded successfully.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: Successfully retrieved content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' to local file: C:\Users\bdkeller\AppData\Local\Temp\2\\mxueuhrm.2u3\picasa39-setup.exe   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Digest verification failed on content for software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')'.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)
PublishItem: --- Publish of software update 'Google Picasa 3.9.141.255 (UpdateId:'4c66f9c3-a164-4c9b-ab7b-a7a014dbe17e' Vendor:'Google' Product:'Picasa')' has FAILED.   Updates Publisher   10/20/2015 1:26:31 PM   16 (0x0010)

When importing catalogs, I usually choose "No to All" for duplicates as I have custom Supersedence set - but - for Picasa I overwrote the old one with the latest version.  Also, if it makes a difference, it appears as Expired in SCCM even though it does not appear as such in SCUP.  Weird.

Thanks!