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SBL-DAT-00500 Error When Launching Campaign With More Than 10,000 Count (Doc ID 2747495.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 26, 2022

Applies to:

Siebel Marketing - Version 20.3 to 21.2 [Release V17]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When executing a Campaign with more than 10,000 counts (whether from a Segment or a List), the following error is observed in the Campaign Task view:


Error invoking service 'Wave Execution', method 'CreateFollowUpActivity' at step 'Create Follow-up Activity'.(SBL-BPR-00162)


There were more rows than could be returned. Please refine your query to bring back fewer rows(SBL-DAT-00500)

When executing a Campaign with a count less than 10,000, the process completes without any errors. In the log file, we see the query is coming from the 'Campaign Recipient' business component as noted below:

ObjMgrSqlCursorLog Trace 5 000008565f8d173d:0 2020-10-19 16:11:30 SQL Cursor with ID 167B0ED8 Buscomp: Campaign Recipient, Forward Only: 0, Fetch Rows: 10000, Fetch All Time: 0.186 seconds.

ObjMgrSqlCursorLog Close 5 000008565f8d173d:0 2020-10-19 16:11:30 End: Close Sql Cursor at 167b0ed8

ObjMgrBusCompLog Error 1 000008565f8d173d:0 2020-10-19 16:11:30 There were more rows than could be returned. Please refine your query to bring back fewer rows

Even when setting the BC property 'Maximum Cursor Size = -1' on the business component, the error is still seen.

To reproduce the issue, the following steps were followed:

1. Create a Campaign.

2. Associate more than 10,000 counts to the Campaign. The counts can be from a List or a Segment as it does not matter.

3. Run the Campaign Load and then the Launch, which will result in the error in the task.

Due to this issue, users cannot complete a Campaign if it has more than 10,000 or more counts associated with it.


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