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RPASCE: Loadmeas Task Fails Due to Missing File Even Though File Exists (Doc ID 2734756.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 15, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Demand Forecasting Cloud Service - Version 19.0 and later
Oracle Retail Merchandise Financial Planning Enterprise Edition Cloud Service Plus - Version 19.0 and later
Oracle Retail Assortment & Item Planning Enterprise Edition Cloud Service - Version 19.0 and later
Oracle Retail Predictive Application Server Cloud Edition - Version 19.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Why is the batch loadmeas step failing? The loadmeas task's service.log shows:

18:58:09 : INFORMATION : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[106] - Batch control file: /rpasce/customer/domains/<solution>/batch_control_cust/batch_loadmeas_list.txt 
18:58:09 : DEBUG : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[169] - Per parameters, will search for measure data files in /rpasce/integrate/ftp_incoming/cloud 
18:58:09 : INFORMATION : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[189] - Starting to validate if load files exist 
18:58:09 : DEBUG : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[196] - Validation phase: measure '<measure>' 
18:58:09 : DEBUG : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[197] - Validation phase: measure_no_comma '<measure>' 
18:58:09 : DEBUG : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[221] - Validation phase: measure <measure> has File Name property: '<measure>' 
18:58:09 : DEBUG : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[228] - Validation phase: found 0 in /rpasce/integrate/ftp_incoming/cloud 
18:58:09 : DEBUG : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[231] - Validation phase: found 0 in <domain>/input 
18:58:09 : ERROR : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[235] - Error - Load measure set 'load_<measure>' could not find any load files for measure '<measure>'. 
18:58:09 : ERROR : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[244] - Invalid or missing info in Batch Config file. 
18:58:09 : INFORMATION : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[244] - Exiting script with code: 33 
18:58:09 : INFORMATION : eebatch_loadmeas.ksh[244] - Creating Log File archive as failure.33.eebatch_loadmeas.load_measure20201203185809.tar.gz... 
 

Solution

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