Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 650602
Review Request: clamsap - Virus Scan Adapter (VSA) for ClamAV
Last modified: 2013-10-19 10:42:52 EDT
Spec URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/clamsap/
SRPM URL: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/ehhle/
Description: This package provides two shared libraries which link SAP (NW-VSI) and ClamAV. The library clamsap links directly to libclamav engine library, the library clamdsap uses the clamd scan daemon to scan for viruses. Both libraries enable a SAP system to perform antivirus scans.
An example would be a ClamAV integration in SAP NetWeaver 730 (java and ABAP)
if possible I would use opensuse.org to provide the RPMs, see
I already ask OpenSuse to make the clamsap RPMs avaiable in security Project.
since I can't find you in the packager group, this is probably your first Fedora package submission. If so, please add FE-NEEDSPONSOR to the Blocks field above because you need a sponsor who approves you. For further information see the following pages:
Please also provide complete URLs to the Spec and SRPM so that potential reviewers can directly access these files without having to browse through third-party websites.
ok here are more information:
Currently I have the same project on OpenSuse, see:
The Sources of this project can be found at:
The SPEC is available here:
or withint the package.
The origin project site is on SourceForge:
The SRPM can be found OpenSuse build repository :
I hope this helps, regards,
thanks for the additional information.
Creating packages for Fedora requires to follow quite a few specific packaging guidelines [1,2]. Since the packaging standards differ between the various distros, it's usually necessary to provide separate specs. Your current spec file doesn't satisfy the guidelines and I recommend to rewrite it from scratch, e.g. with the help of rpmdev-newspec.
sorry, but I will go the other way and request a location for my existing RPM at:
Your colleague Frank Danapfel has advised me to go this way, because ClamAV is not part of Enterprise RedHat.