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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 23, 2018

InfoSphere Governance Catalog (IGC) Enhancement System Errors See Server Logs or Browser Console

The user should not need to refer to any logs (in almost all instances where errors occur). Enough information needs to be provided as part of the message to be able to resolve the issues with the import, including:
• An (error) message that clearly articulates what the problem is
• The position in the file where problem occurred
• Information to help resolve the problem e.g. text included as part of the message or a hyperlink to useful documentation.
In the extreme cases where it is not possible to provide this, the relevant information from all logs should be combined and made accessible in IGC (this alone would save a lot of wasted time trying to track down where the error is in the logs).
If the error can still not be resolved, the last resort would be to look into server logs.