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This error is usually caused when a required field in your target object is not being populated with data from the source.
In this example, the user was trying to populate the Account object in Salesforce which has a required field of "Status Code".
The task (or first task in a task flow) is still running when the schedule tries to start it again.
You will need to increase the repeat frequency of the schedule. To stop a task, go to the Activity Monitor and stop the task by clicking the red "x" in the Actions column.
If the problem is with the target file, the last task probably failed and corrupted your file. If the problem is with the source file, there is likely a problem with the header line in the file.
The header is the top line in the file, and describes each column.
Generally, this indicates that your source file or database is unreadable by the engine (even though you could preview data).
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Error details: User: '' Error: ' Access Denied' Message: ' ID only credentials received but Trust Requests Sent To The Xml Service Port=false'” To resolve the issue, complete the following steps: 1.
Enter Power Shell command line interface on Delivery Controller (Controller). Enter “asnp Citrix*” to verify the Citrix cmdlets are available. Run the following command: Get-Broker Site.(Check if the value for Trust Requests Sent To The Xml Service Port results False)4. “Set-Broker Site -Trust Requests Sent To The Xml Service Port $true” 5.
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