Error messages 4200 to 4499
This is an internal error. The import file type is not set.
You failed to put the mapping at a given index into the form and into the mapping text field in BMC Remedy Data Import.
The specified import file contains an improperly formatted record.
The value in the import file is invalid for the form field it is mapped to. This could be caused by an unrecognized selection when mapping to a selection form field, or by a character that is not a digit when mapping to a numeric field.
The record has more fields than the number of field titles.
The record has fewer fields than the number of field titles.
After you choose the Truncate option in the Preferences dialog box and records are truncated, this message indicates how many records were truncated and imported.
This message is printed in the log file at the end of all copied records from the Import file. You never see this message in a dialog box.
After you choose the Truncate option in the Preferences dialog box and records are truncated (and some records not imported due to errors), this message indicates how many records were truncated and not imported.
Only one -d argument is allowed on the command line.
The mapping file could not be created. The error was displayed in previous dialog boxes.
You chose the Load Mapping menu item, but no mappings files exist in
A window broadcast a message to another window, and that window could not handle the message.
A field of the specified record exceeded 32,767 bytes (one byte less than 32 kilobytes). You can take one of the following actions:
The default import log file (/tmp/arimport_ user.log on UNIX and arimport.log in the ARHOME directory on Windows) cannot be opened. Verify the file path to make sure that enough disk space exists and that all the directories exist.
You stopped the import process before it was completed. This message indicates how many records were processed and how many were imported.