Troubleshooting Informatica Error Messages and Resolution – Part 421
WRT_8176NULL character for file <file name> is not ASCII <Unicode character>.
Cause:At initialization time, the Integration Service is in ASCII data movement mode, but the null character specified in the session for that target file is a non-ASCII character.
Action:Change the Integration Service to UNICODE data movement mode or change the null character to an ASCII character.
WRT_8178Failed to get quote option for file <file name>.
Cause:Error getting options for the file from the repository.
Action:Save the session to reset a flag then run the session again. Or contact Informatica Technical Support.
WRT_8179Unknown error occurred while trying to close output file <file name>.
Cause:Operating system input/output error occurred when closing the output target file.
Action:Check that the file is not locked, is accessible, and has the correct permissions. Check that there is sufficient disk space.
WRT_8180Failed to generate indicator file name using <output file name>.
Cause:You used an unsuitable file name for automatic indicator file name generation.
Action:Contact Informatica Technical Support. The following are valid names (“/” is treated the same way as “\”). The Integration Service appends the following file names with the extension .ind:
The Integration Service replaces the following file names that have the file extension (.ext) with .ind:
DIR.DIREXT/FNAME is an invalid input name. You cannot use a period (.) in the directory name because the Integration Service cannot process the input name.
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.