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I am loading 0material_attr, getting error again and again

Hi Guru's

I am loading 0material_attr, getting error again and again as mentioned below:

Error message from the source system

Diagnosis

An error occurred in the source system.

System Response

Caller 09 contains an error message.

Further analysis:

The error occurred in Service API .

Refer to the error message.

Procedure

How you remove the error depends on the error message.

Note

If the source system is a Client Workstation, then it is possible that the file that you wanted to load was being edited at the time of the data request. Make sure that the file is in the specified directory, that it is not being processed at the moment, and restart the request.

please anybody help me in this regard.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2011 at 10:58 AM

    Hi Manna,

    Replicate the DS once, then activate your DS, transformation/transfer rules etc. Then try to load the data.

    Right click on the DS--> Replicate Metadata. Activate DS & then activate Trans/transfer rules.

    Make sure that you delete the red request before executing the new IP/DTP. If you are executing the Init request, make sure that you delete the already existing init request. (To delete INIT req > goto menu > Schedule > Initialization for source system >select the request--> Delete if it is red. Otherwise you can continue with Delta load)

    Hope it helps & resolves youir issue.

    Regards,

    Pavan

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 05:34 AM

    problem solved

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