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BODS SFDC Adapter issue while reading/loading data: Could not read data for session 776, operation 773 (Adapter: 'SFDC').>.


I have a job that reads data from SFDC. We are using SFDC adapter. I am getting following error in Management console:

Error reading from <QRY_SFDC>: <

Could not read data for session 776, operation 773 (Adapter: 'SFDC').>.

But when I re run the job, it gets executed successfully.

I have referred note 2034822, which says:

From 4.1 SP3 and 4.2 following parameters are missing or not set correctly in
%DS_COMMON_DIR%\conf\DSConfig.txt under [int] section


I have DS v 4.0.

In DSCOnfig.txt following values are there:

AdapterRetryCount = 5

AdapterRetryInterval = 15000

AdapterDataExchangeTimeout = 90000.

and there is no entry for AdapterStartTimeout.

Is this note applicable for DS v4.0 also. If I change the parameter values and add the entry AdapterStartTimeout=90000, will it solve my error?

(Note: sometimes , I also get this error in another job which loads data to SFDC)

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2014 at 04:31 PM

    The error says could not read the sessions, so it has some thing to do with the adpater exchange. Increase only the AdapterDataExchangeTimeout=10800000.

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      If i remember correctly, you can set the adapter configuration values by editing the adapter configuration from designer. I don't have a SFDC adapter handy right now so could not verify it.

      Secondly if the job is not erroring out always then most likely it would be a network congestion or time out issue only. Since you have already done changing the AdapterStartTimeout and AdapterDataExchangeTimeout values in DSConfig.txt, and the issue is not rectified i would recommend raise a ticket with SAP.


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