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selma147
Contributor II
Contributor II

Task failed on reload

Hi Qlikers,

A task faild on reload and when I have this error in the log file:

Can you please help me resolve it?

Error: Connection not found: CM_Dir

Thanks,

Selma

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sudhakar_budde
Creator
Creator

Hi Selma,

You can follow Taylor's instructions below and make sure to either create the same name as the missing one to make the task work or replace the connection string with your intended new name.

Also, double check where the source data is coming. You might need an OLEDB or ODBC or any other connectors.

Good luck!

Post any queries

Regards

SB

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sudhakar_budde
Creator
Creator

Hi Selma,

Is this Qlik Sense task?

Did you use  this connection CM_Dir in the script ? If so, check if that is still existing on the connections list of QMC or in the data load editor. There may be chances the connections might have been deleted? In that case you will need to recreate the same connection.

Hope this helps....

Regards

SB

selma147
Contributor II
Contributor II
Author

Thanks a lot Sudhakar for your answer.

I verified in the data connections and it's not there.

I didn't create the app. How can I resolve this and recreate the missed data connection.

Thanks

Best regards,

Selma

wade12
Partner
Partner

hi selma.

in qlik sense

go to data load editor

click "create new connection" button in top right corner

create your new connection as required.

best wishes,

wade.

sudhakar_budde
Creator
Creator

Hi Selma,

You can follow Taylor's instructions below and make sure to either create the same name as the missing one to make the task work or replace the connection string with your intended new name.

Also, double check where the source data is coming. You might need an OLEDB or ODBC or any other connectors.

Good luck!

Post any queries

Regards

SB

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selma147
Contributor II
Contributor II
Author

Thank you so much for your help!

I'll try your solution,

Regards,

Selma