How to configure bad input tolerance settings

Overview

Bad input tolerance level settings are available in various instructions and actions steps in SolveXia system. This settings control the importing or parsing the data from source file and importing into target file or producing the output files. File instruction or action step performs action as per the chosen options in the bad input tolerance level settings.

Example of bad records in CSV file

1. Text in the DateTime column in row number-4.
2. Text in the Number type column in row number-6.

Available options

1. Stop if any bad records are found – Step stops immediately and fail with error message when selected source input file contains any bad records that are not acceptable for the selected action step or file instruction.

2. Stop if more than x bad records are found – Step stops performing action after specified numbers of bad records are found in the linked source input files and completes output as selected action.

3. Stop if more than x % percent of the bad records are found – Step stops performing action after specified numbers of bad records are found in the linked source input files and completes output as selected action.

4. Continue with the bad records that are found – Step continue running and import all data valid and invalid into the target file and completes step successfully.

Log file – This place holder contains the log file that gets generated when action step or instruction run.

Step output action

Fail – Choose this option, if step needs to fail upon bad records are found and no records should be imported in to the target or no output file should be produced.

Issue a warning – Choose this option, if step should ignore the bad records and continue processing valid records by importing valid records into target file or produce output file.

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