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All records skipped in transf.rule -> load fails...

Hi,

I have a situation where I have a formula that skips the records I specify. When the situation occurs that all record are dropped (which is the correct bahaviour), the load fails as a whole, because because 'processing is overdue'. The new request with zero records never gets activated and subsequent requests are therefor not available for reporting.

In the monitor I get "Processing end: No errors" and on the next line "Update rules ( 0 Records ) : Missing messages". And later when things time-out, I get red lights all over.

Any idea how to address this problem?

Best regards,

/Christian Frier

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 01:59 PM

    Hi Chris,

    did you try to insert your logic in the start routine and then use the ABORT statement that skips the whole data package ?

    I think that the process will go on with zero records...

    Hope it helps!

    Bye,

    Roberto

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 02:14 PM

    i think if you have missed to do the global setting in the monitor that if Zerio Records then turn the request to Green, then try this.

    reward if helps.

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      Hi,

      > i think if you have missed to do the global setting

      > in the monitor that if Zerio Records then turn the

      > request to Green, then try this.

      this setting seems to catch only the situation when the source system has no data, not when it is dropped later in the data flow... 😔

      /Christian

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