Content Upload Error with 'U+002D'
When trying to upload a Content Pack to a DRP Endpoint, you receive an error similar to:
be specific to your content. In addition, you may not have a Task listed
in the error message, if your template is an External template
(contained in the templates directory).
In the referenced Template, you most likely have a Golang construct that
is not properly protected with quotes. This is often a
reference to a Parameter that contains dashes (Unicode
character), which must be quote protected.
Here is an example of the BAD reference:
foo-bar must be quote protected. GOOD example:
Find the Template line number in the referenced output; in the above
example, it is on line 15 of the template. You will need to add quotes
around the item that contains the dashes (
-, Unicode U+002D
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