ZLib decompression error when encrypted

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ZLib decompression error when encrypted

Postby bdill » Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:12 pm

SQLBackup version: 6.0.0.412
SQBConverterGUI version: 6.1.0.16
(includes RgSqbConvHelper.dll ver: 6.1.0.16
and RedGate.Shared.Controls.dll ver: 7.4.0.7)

When I first tried to convert an encrypted *.sqb to *.bak, I got the following error:

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Data decompression error: ZLib decompression error: data error


I verified the files using an MD5 utility, and they matched, so it isn't a file copying issue.

My password had special characters and was long (30 chars), so I made another encrypted backup with a small password using only letters/numbers. I got the same error.

I did another full backup, but this time I did NOT encrypt the backup. That *.sqb file converted successfully.

1) Can anybody at Red-Gate replicate this behavior?
2) Is my version of the SQB2MTF utility incompatible with the my version of SQL Backup version?
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Postby RBA » Mon Sep 07, 2009 1:56 pm

Hi bdill,

This is a known issue and has now been resolved in the latest build.

This fix will be present in the next minor release, but you can email me (robin.anderson {at} red-gate.com) for a copy of the latest exe and related drivers before then.

Regards,
Robin Anderson
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