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Global error handling

You can configure how Qlik Replicate responds to specific types of errors. You can define error handling on the task level or the server level. The configurations you make in the Server Settings affect all tasks created for this instance of Qlik Replicate unless you define a task to use the definitions you create for that task. For information on how to configure error handling for a specific task, see Error handling in the Customizing tasks chapter.

Note:

Changes to global error handling settings will not affect running tasks.

From the Server view, click Global Error Handling from the menu list on the left.

The following tabs are available:

  • Environmental Errors: An error that is caused by an environmental problem in the source or target endpoint or on the network. Environmental errors can be restarted.

    The information you enter in this tab is the same as the information you enter in the Environmental Errors tab for tasks. For information about the options available in this tab, see Environmental errors.

  • Data Error: An error related to data processing at the record level.

    The information you enter in this tab is the same as the information you enter in the Data Error tab for tasks. For information about the options available in this tab, see Data Error in the Customizing Tasks chapter.

  • Table Error: An error in processing data or metadata for a specific table. This only includes general table data and not an error that relates to a specific record.

    The information you enter in this tab is the same as the information you enter in the Table Error tab for tasks. For information about the options available in this tab, see Table Errors in the Customizing Tasks chapter.

  • Apply Conflicts: Errors that occur when the target endpoint is not synchronized with the source endpoint when processing changes. This can cause duplicate key errors on INSERT operations or zero rows affected on UPDATE/DELETE operations.

    The information you enter in this tab is the same as the information you enter in the Apply Conflicts tab for tasks. For information about the options available in this tab, see Apply Conflicts in the Customizing Tasks chapter.