Bio – Manjeet Bothra


Manjeet works as a Software Design Engineer in the CRM team. He has worked on the performance enhancement of the migration infrastructure and on error handling code and design. Before joining CRM he worked for the Microsoft Enterprise Reporting.


 


Manjeet is keen about playing Table Tennis and has represented his state in the national level. When free he likes to think around and build up 60-40% theory and knows this theory will answer most of the important things in life.

Comments (6)

  1. In this entry I am going to talk about different features in Data Migration Manager(DMM) where error

  2. In this entry I am going to talk about different features in Data Migration Manager(DMM) where error

  3. In this entry I am going to talk about different features in Data Migration Manager(DMM) where error

  4. In this entry I am going to talk about different features in Data Migration Manager(DMM) where error

  5. Hi Manjeet

    I am attempting to import a file using the data import wizard. we have previously made a change to machine.config as outlined in the knowledge base to allow for large imports (16MB)

    On attempting to import and creation of a new datamap, I am still having errors. When importing SAMPLE DATA, the error message I am getting is that the file size is too large.

    We have tried deleting this as far as just one row of data but still get the message.

    Any ideas?

    Dave

  6. Paul_Baxter says:

    Hi Manjeet –

    We’ve run in to an "Exceptional Case" error.  The CrmAsyncService trace logs show  

    Exception happened during execution of import = {AD6D2DAB-D581-41F0-B0A2-D76A0023B13F} | Details: System.Net.WebException: The request failed with HTTP status 401: Unauthorized.

    and

    System.Net.WebException: The request failed with HTTP status 401: Unauthorized.

    Looking at your suggestion in the blog (see below) I can’t determine where to look for the problem.  Could you get more specific?

    Thanks!

    From blog:

    Look for CrmAsyncService-bin in the file name, this is the log of the service which does the task of parsing, conversion and uploading and find the error. Two other important trace files contains “DMHoster” and “DMWizard” in them.  DMHoster is the local web server which is responsible for making web-service calls, DMWizard is what you see as DMM, any problems of the application(including initialization, authentication) can be looked up here. A combination of these three logs can be used to figure out most problems in the functionality of DMM.

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