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Data Manager package link failed and stopped

Hello Experts,

I have created a data manager package link with near 10 packages linked one after another. I have also scheduled it. When a package fails because of some error, all the succeeding packages also not running. May i know how to make all the packages run. Please provide me any document if there are any.

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Praveen

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 03:58 PM

    Hi Praveen,

    If one of DMP fails in link then all subsequent DMP in link also fail.

    first try to run one by one package without fail, if it successes, then DMP link will also run.

    Shrikant

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 03:57 PM

    Hi Praveen,

    What you see is the standard behavior... What type of packages are you running?

    Vadim

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    • In this case you can do nothing (may be creating very complex custom process chain...)

      For multiple scripts it's possible to use RUNLOGIC_PH that will execute number of scripts in one script without aborting.

      But in general it's a normal practice - if some step failed - stop doing other steps, resolve the issue!

      Vadim

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