Troubleshooting Informatica Error Messages and Resolution – Part 259

PMF_15000Failed to read from file <file name>.
Cause:The Integration Service failed to read the file. The file might be already open, or the disk might be corrupt.
Action:Check the session log for related errors.
PMF_15001Failed to write to file, there may not be enough space left on the device.
Cause:The hard disk is full.
Action:Check the disk for free space, and check the session log for related errors.

PMF_15002Failed to seek in file <file name>.
Cause:The file pointer failed to locate the file. You might have deleted or moved the file, or the hard disk might be corrupt.
Action:Check the session log for related errors.
PMF_15003File <file name> is not in the correct format.
Cause:You might have altered the format of the file. For example, you copied another file to the file.
Action:Use a previous copy of the file that has the correct format.
Cause:Internal error.
Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support.
PMF_15004Unable to open file <file name>.
Cause:You might not have the correct write file permissions.
Action:Make sure you have the proper write permissions.
Cause:You provided an incorrect file name or cache directory that the Integration Service cannot locate.
Action:Provide the correct file name and aggregation cache directory in the Workflow Manager.

PMF_15005File <file name> is in an unknown state due to error from a previous run.
Cause:The system shut down unexpectedly during the previous run.
Action:Use the backup file (filename.bak).

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.

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


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