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Kirsanov_ds Trusted Contributor.
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emailSrc in sceanrio.ini file

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Helllo friends,

I would like to ask you about structure of scenario.ini file .

I have one SMTP scenarion with the information below:

[SES
[ServiceCenter/Service Manager]
emailsrc=16|300529250|
[NEXT_WAKEUP]
MySync=2018-12-13 15:40:10
[SESSION_STATE]
OPEN_SESSION_STATE=2018-12-13 15:40:05.474

what means ? : [ServiceCenter/Service Manager]
emailsrc=16|300529250|

because of sometimes in this file could be some strange value - for example:

emailsrc=16|1000000300529250|

What does it menas? I cannot find any information about ini. So after that strange record scenario is crash

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Re: emailSrc in sceanrio.ini file

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Hello,

The message belongs to CIT side. All good on SM.

This ID is constantly changing because it is recording checkpoints to save its progress during its processing duties. It is not an error or whatsover, those are just pointers for CIT internal purposes.

BR!

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Re: emailSrc in sceanrio.ini file

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Hello Kirsanov,
Thanks for your question.

That type of messages are system checkpoints whenever CIT cannot save that information in memory. Instead, it leaves traces of where it was working and what it was doing before any action.

Therefore, it does makes sense that you actually get that information because CIT was saving that checkpoint before it crashed.

[ServiceCenter/Service Manager] -------------- name of the connector.
emailsrc=16|300529250| ------------------------ document name = identification / checkpoint.

[NEXT_WAKEUP] --------------------------------- this means something was calendarized.
MySync=2018-12-13 15:40:10
[SESSION_STATE] -------------------------------- this keeps record of date and time when scenario was opened.
OPEN_SESSION_STATE=2018-12-13 15:40:05.474

Hope this helps!
BR!

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Re: emailSrc in sceanrio.ini file

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Thanks for your Answer,

but what means differnet indentificator in ini file? Is it problem on CIT side or HP SM side.

Why this identificator has such format of value, and why it is changing?

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Re: emailSrc in sceanrio.ini file

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Hello,

The message belongs to CIT side. All good on SM.

This ID is constantly changing because it is recording checkpoints to save its progress during its processing duties. It is not an error or whatsover, those are just pointers for CIT internal purposes.

BR!

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