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Getting Error with Master UDB file in Universe Failed to add a resource (YourResourceName) to resource array; Error: -2


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We are running our 3rd quarter campaign , for one of the application in universe when we are trying to import through the custom executable connector we are getting the successful result but the master config file didn't get merge with the new config generated.
We see the below error while opening the master configuration file from universe.

Task Done 1000 Resources added 2000 Resources added 3000 Resources added 4000 Resources added Failed to add a resource (Integrity User Group-Liquidity_Mgmt-Core User for Cash Management) to resource array; Error: -2 Resource array contains 4550 resources Task Done Total Time Elapsed: 2168 ms Bulk Insert Time: 0 ms; Bulk Size: 10000 CTaskList::ExecuteTasks ended Failed to open config file: SQL://[email protected] IDGPROD./Comcast_SOX_Master.cfg Also same error happen when we try to open the master resource db.


Component: SGRM


This situation can happen when resources are imported from different connectors using the custom executable connector. In this particular environment there are 40 connectors in place. The biggest problem is with a customized table, there is no duplicate checking and that can allow for these imports with duplicated data. The second problem is, once there is a duplicate imported, there is no clear way to find what the first instance is. There is no uniqueness checking when importing this way. In the error above it shows the message: Failed to add a resource (Integrity User Group-Liquidity_Mgmt-Core User for Cash Management) to resource array; Error: -2 Resource array contains 4550 resources The means that the data in Resource 4550 has been found already in an earlier record. First we need to find the databaseID for the Resource: Select * from resources where ResourceID='4550' This will return data with the databaseID column used in later quries Second we need to find out if there are more then one resources within that DatabaseID with duplicate entries: Select RESNAME2,RESNAME3,count(*) from resources where DatabaseID = 'FoundInLastQuery' group by trim(RESNAME1),RESNAME2,RESNAME3 HAVING count (*) >1; Thirdly using this query we will uncover the duplicate ResourceID where the data was found that cause the error with the reported ResourceID. Select * from resources where DatabaseID = '11882' and RESNAME2='FoundInLastQuery' and RESNAME3='FoundInLastQuery' Once we have identified the First record and the second Record, it is up to you on which Record you would want to delete. You could aslo update the RESNAME1,RESNAME2,RESNAME3 of the duplicate if you wish to keep both. DELETE FROM ResourceFields WHERE DatabaseID = AND ResourceID = ;