I deployed the Generic File Driver to test it out based on
recommendations from quite a few people. I deployed the driver based on
the instructions. This is a brand-new, fully patched eDir/IDM 4.0.2
installation on a new server.

When I try to start the driver I get the following message:
Message: <description>java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: No enum
info.vancauwenberge.filedriver.shim.FileDriverPubl icationShim.GenerateCommnd.modify</description>
<exception class-name="java.lang.IllegalArgumentException">
<message>No enum constant
info.vancauwenberge.filedriver.shim.FileDriverPubl icationShim.GenerateCommnd.modify</message>
<stack-trace>java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: No enum constant
info.vancauwenberge.filedriver.shim.FileDriverPubl icationShim.GenerateCommnd.modify
at java.lang.Enum.valueOf(Unknown Source)
info.vancauwenberge.filedriver.shim.FileDriverPubl icationShim$GenerateCommnd.valueOf(FileDriverPubli cationShim.java:1)
info.vancauwenberge.filedriver.shim.FileDriverPubl icationShim.init(FileDriverPublicationShim.java:47 8)
at com.novell.nds.dirxml.engine.Publisher.run(Publish er.java:497)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)

If I change the "Generated command" Publisher parameter to Add or
Dynamic then the GenerateCommnd.modify changes to GenerateCommnd.add or
GenerateCommnd.dynamic appropriately but the rest of the error is the same.
I even deployed a whole new driver leaving it 100% default and I get the
same error.
Any thoughts on what's happening here?