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what is mean by "object not saved" message in brms logs?and what do when we find object not saved message?

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  • TomLiotta
    what is mean by "object not saved" message in brms logs? Most likely, it means that an object was requested to be saved, but it couldn't be saved. It's hard to say more than that without seeing the message. Most important, the message identifier is needed. and what do when we find object not saved message? There is no way for us to answer that question. It depends on what message it was, what object was involved and what your organization needs to do about the condition. One common possibility is that the object was being updated in some job on your system, and the job never released its locks. If that's what is supposed to happen, then you don't do anything. If it's not supposed to happen, then you find out how to avoid the object being locked when your saves are running. Tom
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  • sandip786
    thanks tom for the info
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