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  1. Abstract
  2. Installation and Upgrade
  3. 10.4.0 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  4. 10.4.0 Known Limitations
  5. Cumulative Known Limitations
  6. Emergency Bug Fixes Merged into 10.4.0
  7. Informatica Global Customer Support

Mappings and Workflows Known Limitations (Cumulative)

Mappings and Workflows Known Limitations (Cumulative)

The following table describes known limitations that are carried forward from previous releases:
Bug
Description
MWF-1478
If you run multiple instances of a workflow concurrently in a series, a small number of the workflows might enter an aborted state. The issue is observed when 180 instances of a single workflow run in a cycle 100 times with the default Data Integration Service memory heap memory allocation.
MWF-1430
When you assign the system parameter sys:ApplicationName or sys:MappingName to a Mapping task input in a workflow, the Mapping task input parameter does not read the system parameter values. Instead, the Mapping task input parameter reads the default value of the mapping parameter at run time.
MWF-1414
If the Data Integration Service restarts while a workflow is running, the Monitoring tool might fail to report that the workflow entered a cancelled state.
The issue can arise when the domain uses different Model Repository Services to store the workflow metadata and to monitor the workflow.
MWF-1340
If a workflow contains parallel Mapping tasks and you cancel the workflow while the Mapping tasks are running, any mapping that has yet to start proceeds to run.
The issue arises when the following conditions are true:
  • The number of mappings that the Mapping tasks specify is greater than the Maximum Worker Threads value on the Data Integration Service.
  • You cancel the workflow while the mappings that the Maximum Worker Threads value specifies are running and other mappings have yet to start.
Workaround: Increase the Maximum Worker Threads value.