Metadata Manager 10.2
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The Search Service does not display the search results.
When you run infacmd.sh ListServiceOptions command, it displays the password in plain text.
The Search Service log lists fatal error messages without details.
The maximum heap memory increases in Search Service due to a memory leak resulting in low system memory.
When you try to create a fixed-width flat file data object, an internal error occurs.
When you try to open the mapping specification for a custom data object created for a relational source, an internal error occurs.
When you log out from the Analyst tool in a release 10.1.1 domain configured to use Kerberos authentication, the Analyst tool incorrectly indicates that you are using release 9.6.1.
You cannot set the maximum precision value of the return data type to 38 when adding rules to a mapping specification, even though you can set the precision value to 38 in the Developer tool.
When you view relationships for a business term with a large number of related terms, the Relationships View tab might become unresponsive.
The following mapping specification errors occur in the Analyst tool:
When you try to edit a glossary in the Library workspace, the Analyst tool displays the following error:
"The asset is currently open for editing by the user, "Administrator". You cannot edit the asset properties until the user saves the changes."
You must click the
Editbutton multiple times to open the Edit Connection dialog box.
The Analyst tool displays a maximum of 60 assets in a project, even when the project contains more than 60 assets.
The Analyst tool displays the following generic message for a number of errors, instead of displaying a more appropriate error message:
"An error occurred on the server with the following timestamp…. Check the analyst service logs".
The information in the Analyst Service logs that appear in the Administrator tool and the information written to the analyst.log file is not consistent.
When you try to find and replace reference table values with a value that is not valid, the Analyst tool returns an incorrect error message. The error message states that the reference table does not contain the search value that you specify. The issue arises when the replacement value that you specify uses a precision that is too high for the reference data column. (421325)
Error messages for unknown errors that occur in the Analyst tool contain a link to the Log Aggregator view of the Logs tab in the Administrator tool.