2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 22, 2020 5:36 PM by Natalie G

    Wrong checksum for ORDS 19.2 download

    Natalie G

      Searched Google for "download ords oracle", first result was "Oracle REST Data Services 19.2". Downloaded ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip from that page, calculated the checksums: MD5 match what's given on the download page but SHA1 don't, should be dc6fe4a439944639508a0caf3b5ae7e799954bf1 ba0b3eb616d66f0176bd5ae0ce33a271903dce13, not fd1a67f7979490cb04fd7fdc12249a22df47189f. So, is it dead or alive?

        • 1. Re: Wrong checksum for ORDS 19.2 download
          EJ-Egyed

          I'm not sure why they wouldn't match.  This is the utility I was using

           

          https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/841290/availability-and-description-of-the-file-checksum-integrity-verifier-u

           

          C:\_temp>fciv -both ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip

          //

          // File Checksum Integrity Verifier version 2.05.

          //

                          MD5                            SHA-1

          -------------------------------------------------------------------------

          47a5f7f44987f87bfabbc390d507f244 ba0b3eb616d66f0176bd5ae0ce33a271903dce13 ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip

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          • 2. Re: Wrong checksum for ORDS 19.2 download
            Natalie G

            Apologies, I've the same checksums as you; I copy+pasted the SHA-1 for ords-20.2.0.178.1804.zip instead for ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip. I'll correct the OP.


            C:\Users\Owner\Downloads>certUtil -hashfile ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip md5
            MD5 hash of ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip:
            47a5f7f44987f87bfabbc390d507f244
            CertUtil: -hashfile command completed successfully.

            C:\Users\Owner\Downloads>certUtil -hashfile ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip sha1
            SHA1 hash of ords-19.2.0.199.1647.zip:
            ba0b3eb616d66f0176bd5ae0ce33a271903dce13
            CertUtil: -hashfile command completed successfully.

             

            Still, Oracle's MD5 matches the MD5 for the 19.2 I downloaded, but Oracles SHA-1 doesn't match. The checksums do both match for the 20.2 download.

            (ugh, I'd forgotten about the editor here. It's like visiting Charlie Chaplin's house.)