Troubleshooting Informatica Error Messages and Resolution – Part 358

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TE_7127Error: Real-time commit does not allow user-defined commit.
Cause:You configured a session to read messages from an MQSeries source with the FlushLatency(n) filter condition. The commit type was set to user-defined commit. This is not allowed.
Action:To run a workflow in real time with the FlushLatency(n) filter condition, select source-based commit as the commit type.
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Action:To run a workflow with user-defined commit as the commit type, remove the FlushLatency(n) filter condition. If you want to run a workflow in real time with the user-defined commit type, enter the ForcedEOQ(n) filter condition.

TE_7131Error: The transformation <transformation> is not configured to propagate transactions. Real-time is not supported.
Cause:You configured a session using Real-time Flush Latency as a session condition. Or, you configured a session to read messages from an MQSeries source with the FlushLatency(n) filter condition. However, the pipeline configuration prevents the session from being run in real time.
Action:If you do not want to run the session in real time, set the value for the Real-time Flush Latency session condition to 0. For a mapping with an MQSeries source, remove FlushLatency(n) function from the filter condition.
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Action:To run the session in real time, verify that your pipeline does not contain any real-time limitations.

TE_7133Master Input for Unsorted Joiner < joiner transformation name > cannot be partitioned because Joiner is not a partition point.
Cause:You partitioned the master pipeline without adding a partition point at the unsorted Joiner transformation. This can cause input rows from the same key value to be routed to different partitions.
Action:Add a hash auto-keys partition point at the Joiner transformation to ensure data of the same key value is routed to the same partition.
TE_7134Master Input for Sorted Joiner <joiner transformation name> is partitioned. Please refer to documentation to find out how to insure that all input rows that have the same key are routed to the same partition of the Joiner.
Cause:You partitioned the master pipeline, which contains a sorted Joiner transformation. If you did not group the sorted data before passing it to the Joiner transformation, you can get unexpected results.
Action:Verify that you configured partitions in the master pipeline to pass sorted and grouped data to the sorted Joiner transformation.

TE_7135Error: Recovery is enabled for more than one source in the concurrent source set. Recovery is not supported for such mappings. The sources enabled for GMD in the concurrent source set are .
Cause:You attempted to perform session recovery on a mapping that contains one target load order group with multiple sources, and one or more of those sources is a real-time source. The real-time sources in the target load order group are connected to a multiple input group transformation or target.

TE_7135Error: Recovery is enabled for more than one source in the concurrent source set. Recovery is not supported for such mappings. The sources enabled for GMD in the concurrent source set are .
Cause:You attempted to perform session recovery on a mapping that contains one target load order group with multiple sources, and one or more of those sources is a real-time source. The real-time sources in the target load order group are connected to a multiple input group transformation or target.
Action:If the sources are connected to a Joiner transformation, you can enable the backward compatibility flag. The backward compatibility flag allows the Integration Service to read sources connected to a Joiner transformation sequentially as it did in versions prior to 6.x.
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Action:If the sources in the target load order group are connected to a multiple input group other than the Joiner transformation, disable session recovery. To remove message recovery for the session, clear the Enable Recovery option in the session properties.

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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