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CC Importer: how can I continue build after an error?


Jirong Hu (1.5k9282256) | asked Nov 10 '11, 10:59 a.m.
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I have 50K files from base CC, as you can see it runs for 30 hrs and at the end hit an error like this. Up to now, I always right click the sync stream --> Request a build. It seems start a new build, or sometimes continue? But this time, looks like starting a new importer from the beginning, because I can see from log it start to count the number of files in folders again like this:

synchronizer version number "3.0.2.v20110819_0209"
Starting operation: import
Scanning for folders whose member count exceeds 1000


Question:
1. How can let it continue to re-try, after an runtime error, instead of start-over from beginning?
2. From the screenshot below, I can right-click a complated but error build --> Request Build. Is that same as I choose sync stream to request a build?

In short, how can I continue the import, instead of re-import?

http://i39.tinypic.com/67p7a8.png

My last error was just like this, it can be fixed easily, and I don't want to re-start over again. I have tried more than 20 times, haven't got a successful one. This one is so close after 30 hrs!

Caused by: java.io.FileNotFoundException: M:\DO_NOT_USE_Release_0385_20110922\SSSMP.1A\Curam\comdlg32.ocx@@\main\1 (The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.)

In the re-started import, I found the following entries in the beginning. It looks like scanning each file, trying to get to where it broke?

Processed activity "Updated file: _18rSTAo6EeGZWokfYiHTAg/SSSMP.1A/Curam/EJBServer/components/MCSS/Data_Manager/Demo_Data_SystemTestData/blob/ACS000030350EL.xml" in 574 millisecond(s)
INFO: Duplicate content write to Jazz ignored, no new state created.

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k23035) | answered Nov 11 '11, 12:08 a.m.
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It restarts on specific boundaries (in particular 1000 file chunks). So
if it has imported less than 1000 files, it will restart from the
beginning ... but if it has imported more than 1000 files, it will
continue from the most recent completed 1000 file chunk.

And yes, requesting a rebuild of the sync build definition is the same
as requesting a synchronization.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 11/10/2011 11:08 AM, hujirong wrote:
Hi

I have 50K files from base CC, as you can see it runs for 30 hrs and
at the end hit an error like this. Up to now, I always right click
the sync stream --> Request a build. It seems start a new build,
or sometimes continue? But this time, looks like starting a new
importer from the beginning, because I can see from log it start to
count the number of files in folders again like this:

synchronizer version number
"3.0.2.v20110819_0209"
Starting operation: import
Scanning for folders whose member count exceeds
1000

Question:
1. How can let it continue to re-try, after an runtime error, instead
of start-over from beginning?
2. From the screenshot below, I can right-click a complated but error
build --> Request Build. Is that same as I choose sync stream to
request a build?

In short, how can I continue the import, instead of re-import?

http://i39.tinypic.com/67p7a8.png

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