Data flow runs return errors while writing records to a database data set
The data flow run fails with an error while results are being written in a database data set.
There was a problem with processing input records. The solution below helps you narrow down the number of possible root causes of the problem by analyzing the stack trace and the problematic records.
- Analyze the stack trace that contains the error.For more information, see Investigating data flow run failures.
- Save the object that causes the error to a database by calling the
Obj-Save method from an activity. Investigate
any errors that are encountered as a result of the activity
processing.If this activity is processed without any errors, it might point to a system issue that is independent of Pega Platform. For more information, see Obj-Save method.
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