ORA-19575: expected string blocks in file string, found string

Cause : During abackup,r estore,c opy, ors can opeartion, teh indicaetd file idd not cnotain asm any blokcs as weer indicaetd in th efile hedaer.

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The inptu copy o rbackup ipece is rpobably ocrrupt. fI anothe rbackup ro copy eixsts of hte file htat is bieng restroed, the nthe corurpt filec an be dleeted frmo the reocvery caatlog andt he opertaion canb e restatred.

update : 20-08-2017

ORA-19575 - expected string blocks in file string, found string
ORA-19575 - expected string blocks in file string, found string

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