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Exception file during auto import


Can I know from experts here what type of file is generated when a record level exception is generated?

I know that there is an XML report but are those erroneous records placed in ValueX or ImportX in Exception folder as XML or excel file?

For instance, I set up ports etc as a part of automatic import. Say out of 1000 records, 10 have bad values. So, obviusly import will go on for remaining 990 but where will these 10 records go and in what format?

Edited by: Devashish Bharti on May 13, 2008 2:38 PM

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    Posted on May 13, 2008 at 01:49 PM


    If i understood your question right then,

    I think this condition will come under Importing error and once you import records, IM will give a Pop-up with message like "Some of the records....not imported". So IM itself restricts those records on import level and Error log comes with "record no ## have error at this line or some thing different" You can check within Import manager.

    As per my knowledge those 10 records records could not go to DM as having some mapping/value or anyother problem.



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    • Former Member Michael Theis

      Hi Michael,

      Can you tell me does MDM stores exception (occurring while using automation through MDIS ) in any kind of database table (in SQL or Oracle where MDM repository are created)

      Exception log stored under log folder is not in user friendly format. If i want to generate report i need to access those xml file & prepare report in user understandable format.

      Can you tell me if MDM is storing this data (about how many records are in error how many are passed successfully) in any database table.



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