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Error loading Attribute data - in PSA

Hi all,

I am getting data load errors when loading Attribute data. The monitor shows RED status with message "Data record 1 & with the key 00000297 &' is invalid in value 'Earnshaw &' of the attribute/characteristic ZFN5 &."

When I look in PSA for these erroneous records it appears that they seem to be for the latest Data Rec (if more than 1 record exists). So, if there are 2 records for same person it is only the last data rec which shows as incorrect). It doesn't appear to be issue with trailing spaces either.

When I go into Change a record and just click SAVE (i.e. no update), then it accepts it and allows the records to be pushed through subsequently into the InfoObject.

What could be the cause for the failure in PSA? Also, because i just want these records to go through as there is nothing actually wrong - is there any way to force them through without going into PSA each time?

Thanks in advance!

M.

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 02:26 PM

    Hi Munaf,

    Because infoobject ZFN5, you haven't check on lower case allow.

    so it will consider it as invalid character.

    If you dont want to allow lower case, then in PSA just change 'Earnshaw' to 'EARNSHAW'. and again upload request.

    or change infoobject setting.

    Regards,

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 02:23 PM

    Check it:

    rsa1

    infoobjects

    find your infoobject ZFN5

    RBM - change or view

    General - Lowercase Letter mark or not??

    Regards

    P.

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