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Iam using sitecore 9 and installed the DEF, and have been trying to make it work. I followed the steps given here http://dataexchange.loveyourdemo.com/use-restful-provider/news/create-connector/add-pipeline-batch.html and created my pipeline batch.

When I run the pipeline batch though, it keeps running for a while and stops at an error. On checking the Pipeline.Batch.20180702.144518.txt that is created, I find the following:


ManagedPoolThread #10 16:45:18 INFO [Data Exchange] Starting pipeline batch processing. (pipeline batch: Pipeline Batch)

ManagedPoolThread #10 16:45:18 INFO [Data Exchange] Pipeline step reading data. (pipeline step: Read Resource Data Pipeline Step, plugin: Sitecore.DataExchange.Plugins.EndpointSettings)

8300 16:45:18 WARN [Data Exchange] No access token is specified on the endpoint (pipeline step: Read Resource Data Pipeline Step, endpoint: RESTful Endpoint)

ManagedPoolThread #10 16:45:20 ERROR [Data Exchange] One or more errors occurred. (pipeline batch: Pipeline Batch, completed pipelines: 0)

ManagedPoolThread #10 16:45:20 DEBUG [Data Exchange] Pipeline batch processor finished processing pipelines. (pipeline batch: Pipeline Batch, completed pipelines: 0)

I have no idea where to look to know exactly what the error is in "one or more errors occurred", I need to know where the errors are logged in detail, if any.

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First of all you have to set the log level of your pipeline batch.

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After you select the level of logs you can view the logs in Sitecore on log field (see the picture) or you can verify on disk at Your Website location\App_Data\logs\DataExchange folder

The code for RestfulProdider module can be found here: https://github.com/waughn/data-exchange-restful-provider/tree/master/2.0/src .

The error you get is related to RestFul provider,not Data Exchange Framework so I suggest you to bring it locally and debug it if you want to look deeper where is crashing.

  • Vlad Lobagiu has a point here. How much you can see in the logs depends only in the solution you are using. As I see the RESTful provider does not display inner exceptions. – Vlad Shpak Jul 2 '18 at 18:03

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