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Hello:

I believe that these errors are from an Oracle database that's integrated with Salesforce, but I'm not certain. I have no experience with java or Oracle databases, but if you would provide an explanation of what the below means, it would be helpful.

"MAPPING> DBG_21075 Connecting to database [creal05b.iremovedthedomain.com], user [u10r10_inforead]

MAPPING> CMN_1716 Lookup [LKP_Joint_Address_Info_Pending] uses database connection [Relational:u10r10] in code page [MS Windows Latin 1 (ANSI), superset of Latin1]"

I'm also interested in what comes before the greater than sign means in this:

"LKPDP_23:TRANSF_1_1> DBG_21294"

Don't about me being able to understand the explanation, I'll take care of that. But searches on Google don't yield helpful (and very few) results.

Thanks,

Bobo
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They do not appear to be Oracle errors.  Oracle errors start with an ORA- and 5 numbers.

From my Googling they appear to be Informatica specific errors.  I would check with them.
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Ah, OK. So maybe I should log a question for Informatica-related issues.
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Unfortunately the site doesn't have an Informatica Zone.  The zones this is currently in are likely the best.

If you want to have the zones changed and can click Request Attention and a Moderator can change the zones.
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by:Bobo--just_East_of_Madison
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Thank you both for your help.

--Bobo
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