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My ETL Transaction failed due to RC=100
Where can I find the document for Return code errors?

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I'm not familiar with that RC. Open a case with NY.


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You can find the meaning of a message number by running a stored procedure from the console with a line like this:
? 100


In this case the result is
(FOC100) UNRECOVERABLE MODIFY PARSING ERROR


If you are running a Data Flow that was generated by the DMC that shouldn't happen. Please open a case and provide the Flow and the source and target synonyms.

If you are running a stored procedure that you wrote and can't find the error than supply that.


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