EAP-6.3.0 Errata for RHEL5 (RHSA-2013:16507) and RHEL6 (RHSA-2013:16508) reported invalid Released package info for RPM packages 'woodstox-core' and 'woodstox-stax2-api'.
For this reason the TPS tests failed. The TPS tests are mandatory part of the standard Errata testing process. The following testing phases of RPMs are blocked by this issue and we can't continue with testing for RHEL7.For this reason it is a blocker.
For RHEL6 Errata reports two records with these NVRs:
The first record is ok, however the second one should point to package woodstox-core-4.2.0-7.redhat_2.ep6.el6.noarch.rpm.
Released package info for woodstox-stax2-api-3.1.1-7.redhat_3.ep6.el6.noarch.rpm is missing and not reported at all.
Both packages were shipped with preious version of EAP in the past, they aren't the new one in EAP RPM distro/channels.
Similar situation has occurred on RHEL5.
Errata tool released package list is reporting
Which is correct. Both RPMs you've listed belong to that build
Could you provide more information from the error in TPS?
Created attachment 919579 [details]
Old and new files by errrata tool
Created attachment 919580 [details]
The issue is still here after the re-spin of Errata for RHEL5 and RHEL6. For this reason TPS tests are failing permanently. They are mandatory part of testing execution and block further Errata processing, thus it should be still recognized as a blocker for EAP-6.3.0 release.
In the previous releases package woodstock-core contained all rpms listed in .
Now woodstox-stax2-api.noarch.rpm was removed from woodstock-core build to a separate package. Now new woodstock-core package  contains only woodstox-core-asl.noarch.rpm, woodstock-core.noarch.rpm is missing.
However Errata tools doesn't report woodstock-core.noarch.rpm as a shipped package for the *already* released woodstox-core. ErrataTtool reports only woodstock-core.src.rpm and woodstox-stax2-api.noarch.rpm
Reported data by ErrataTool with appropriate NVRs for RHEL5 are attached (old_new_files.zip), the same issue is on RHEL6 either.
Log of TPS test can be found at attachment as well (tps_report.zip).
All tests now pass, so it is solved.