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msm8504
Helper I
Helper I

Data Integration False errors after completion

Within Data Integration, I have 5 jobs running on a schedule (anywhere between every 10 to 15 minutes they will run).

Every few runs there will be errors within the execution history and when I dig into the error log it shows 'Complete'.  Does anyone know what these false negatives are, or what it is erroring on?  Most of the time there is no data being upserted in the target, so it should never error out.  It should always have a completed status right?

We have notifications turned on to email users every time the job errors, but there are no errors.  This is causing frustrations b/c users inboxes are getting filled up for no reason.
 
Please see screenshots below, has anyone else experienced this?
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Yeiner
Community Support
Community Support

Hello @msm8504 Is there a way that you can create a new project and run it manually? are you using a default template? which is that template? is that project integrated with D365 F&O? if so, please check the DMF (there should be a run linked to this project)

Every time I run the project manually it completes with no errors.  It is only happening intermittently when running on a set schedule.  I'm using out of the box 'Prospect to Cash' templates syncing data to F&O.  When you say check the DMF, can you provide additional insight?

Yeiner
Community Support
Community Support

Hello @msm8504 If this is happening randomly and only with the schedule tasks, please open a ticket to review it and please add this forum in the ticket.

 

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