Troubleshooting Informatica Error Messages and Resolution – Part 202

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LM_36349<Workflow or worklet name>: Failure to create variable manager.
Cause:Internal error.
Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support.
LM_36350Error in binding the pre-defined variable <name>.
Cause:Internal error.
Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support.

LM_36351<Workflow name>: Error in persisting variable values.
Cause:Internal error. The Integration Service failed to write the persistent variable value to the repository.
Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support.
LM_36362Workflow <name>: The workflow log count in the repository is negative <number>.
Cause:Internal error.
Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support.
LM_36363Workflow <name>: Cannot rename workflow log file <file name> to <file name>.
Cause:You saved the workflow logs for the named workflow by number of runs. The Integration Service encountered an error when it tried to rename an existing log file. The disk on which the log files are located might be out of space.
Action:Check the disk and directory where the log file is located. Make sure the disk is not out of space.
LM_36364Workflow <name>: Failed to increment the log file number in the repository.
Cause:Internal error.

Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support.

LM_36366<Worklet name>: Failed to set the passed value for variable <name>.
Cause:Internal error. The Integration Service failed to pass the initial value of the named variable to the named worklet.
Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support.

Above are list of Informatica Error Messages or Warnings received while performing certain operation against Informatica related products.

What are Informatica Error Messages?

Informatica error codes are a set of error codes for use by all Informatica products. Every Informatica error message returned by Informatica, is self explanatory and contains the object name in cases where required.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
Information about Informatica Error Code Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.

 

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