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I want to see the IS_Rule failed data from backend repo.

Can you guys please help me with the backend table name which holds the failed data.

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  • Posted on Jul 13 at 07:17 PM

    You can get the failed data from tables ending with *_FR and *_FD(Failed Record and Failed Data).

    Things to consider:

    If you have applied IS Rule on any table or view the By default Failed data displayed is limited to 100 records only. You can even increase it from CMC but only upto 500.

    To store more failed data, It is always better to create a backend Failed Data database.

    If you have created the Failed Data Data Base then Go to that DB and Query based on Rule_Name. You will get all the failed data records.

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