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Doubts on Exceptions

Hi,

Need some inputs from MDM Implementation experts.

I have started working on SP06 sometime back (After working on SP04). Currently I am implementing MDM SP06 (latest patch) on Unix.

I need some guidance from guys who have already implemented MDM on SP06 wrt Exceptions.

1. After go-live, what types of exceptions do people receive?

As far as my understanding goes Structural exceptions should not come as structures of entire landscape would have been finalised. With SP06 I have heard you can make config changes in mdis.ini file and Import manager to make sure Value exceptions do not come. So are we left with only Import Exceptions post go-live?

I might be wrong on a few points so your comments on same are valuable.

2. I understand that if you get errors in 100 records out of 1000. MDIS writes 100 xml files for each failed record in Exception folder along with main log file.

If I am not incorrect MDM stores the entire file only for Structural Exception, not for Value/Import exceptions (for which it writes one XML per failed record). Please correct me here.

3. Lastly there are guys here who have implemented this. So what are their suggestions with respect to Exceptions. Some best practices, use cases, dos and donts etc would be very beneficial here.

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Regards,

Dev.

Edited by: Devashish Bharti on Jun 16, 2008 5:40 PM

Edited by: Devashish Bharti on Jun 16, 2008 5:40 PM

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 08:30 AM

    Guys Any one?

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