To view error(s) that occur during MDS’s staging process, we have two views: stg.viw_name_MemberErrorDetails & stg.viw_name_RelationshipErrorDetails. For the purpose of this blog post, let me show you how I (as an administrator) view information from stg.viw_name_MemberErrorDetails.
1) Name of the entity: supplier & Name of model is Suppliers
2) I imported data into staging table stg.supplier_leaf via SSIS
3) Now here’s how you can see the errors that occur during MDS’s staging process:
we can go to MDS web application to initiate the staging process > start the batch > after completion you can see the status as well as if it has any errors or not:
select * from stg.viw_supplier_MemberErrorDetails where Batch_ID=2
You can get the above query via MDS web application too:
5) And as you can imagine, you can get access to this error data via SSIS (SQL Server Integration services) too. So if you have a workflow that a. Loads data to MDS and b. initiates the Batch process via Stored Procedure; then you can program it to get access to errors from the stg.viw_name_MemberErrorDetails & stg.viw_name_RelationshipErrorDetails tables.
That’s about it for this post! I hope this helps. Your comments are very welcome!
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