Troubleshooting Informatica Error Messages and Resolution – Part 21
The Designer cannot import the selected objects.
Cause:A transfer structure that is not an InfoSource was selected in the Import SAP BW Metadata dialog box. Only InfoSources can be imported.
Action:Select InfoSources only and then click Add to Import List.
Hostname <hostname> unknown.
Cause:The SAP BW Service cannot connect to the host specified in the saprfc.ini file (as the GWHOST entry) and cannot connect to the BW system. This error originates in Common Program Interface-Communications (TCP/IP) on the local host.
Action:Change the GWHOST entry in the saprfc.ini file to point to the host on which the BW system is running.
The SAP BW system does not contain any activated InfoSources.
Cause:The SAP BW system does not contain any activated InfoSources. InfoSources must be activated before they can be imported into PowerCenter.
Action:In the SAP BW system, create and activate the InfoSources you want to import into PowerCenter.
The Designer cannot import all of the selected items. <Number of items> items were selected. However, only <number of items> items were added to the import list.
Cause:InfoSources that are not correctly created and activated in the SAP BW system were selected in the Import SAP BW Metadata dialog box.
Action:In the SAP BW system, verify that the InfoSources you want to import into PowerCenter are properly created and activated.
The Designer is not connected to the SAP BW server.
Cause:In the Import SAP BW Metadata dialog box, Add to Import List was clicked before a connection was made to the SAP BW system.
Action:Connect to the SAP BW system by entering the appropriate Connect to SAP values and clicking Connect. Select the InfoSources you want to import and click Add to Import List.
Open saprfc.ini failed: No such file or directory.
Cause:The Designer, Integration Service, or SAP BW Service could not locate the saprfc.ini file. Either the file does not exist or the RFC_INI environment variable is not set correctly.
Action:Verify that the saprfc.ini file exists. Also verify that the RFC_INI environment variable is equal to the full path of the saprfc.ini file. You must stop and restart the Service Manager for the environment variables to take effect.
Partner not reached (host <host name>, service <service number>).
Cause:The SAP BW Service is unable to connect to the BW system specified as GWSERV in the saprfc.ini file. This error originates in Common Program Interface-Communications (TCP/IP) on the local host.
Action:Change the GWSERV entry in the saprfc.ini file to point to the server on which the BW system is running.
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.
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Information about Informatica Error Code Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.