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The current YFS_REPROCESS_ERROR.ERRORMESSAGE columns size is only 1M and is bit small to handle a big message when dealing with dataload related tasks. Under error condition, customer is seeing large number of exceptions in the log indicated -302 error on YFS_REPROCESS_ERROR table and unable to handle it with retries.
Though it is possible to ask customer to manually increase this column size, it will be preferred to introduce a bigger size(ex 5M) as the OOTB configuraiton. It will have very little impact to the product as the storage will only be used when a message requires such big size. There are many similar cases been reported by customers, this change can help to reduce the debug/support effort for both customer and OMS support teams.
How will this idea be used?
This would allow larger message to be captured in the YFS_REPROCESS_ERROR table instead of a -302 exception due to the column size issue.
|What is your industry?||Retail|
|What is the idea priority?||High|
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