I use Tamino 4.2.1 an load a huge number of documents and schemas into it.
Is there a limitation in numbers of schemas to define to Tamino?
I defined 5590 and when I want do define the 5591st I get an error. I use the JavaClientAPI… the Tamino error response is:
<?xml version="1.0"?><ino:response xmlns:ino=“http://namespaces.softwareag.com/tamino/response2” xmlns:xql=“XQL FAQ (XML Query Language - Frequently Asked Questions)” ino:sessionid=“154” ino:sessionkey=“234562550”><ino:message ino:returnvalue=“7931”><ino:messagetext ino:code=“INOXDE7931”>An error occurred while processing a schema document</ino:messagetext>ino:messagelineINOXRE8835: Line 1, Column 438: Data map record could not be updated</ino:messageline></ino:message></ino:response>
(the error is repeatable, I get it 3 times)
it looks like you’ve hit the maximum number of doctypes per collection.
I was not aware of the exact number - but the order of magnitude looks reasonable.
As a workaround, you might use different collections!
What is your use case for having that many different schemas?
thank you Uli, your answer was very helpful for me to locate the error…
I have no special usecase, but I wanted to learn more about Tamino while testing it with numerous scenarios.
To workaround my problem I no use less schemas/doctypes than before. Now everything is working fine.
One qestion left:
Do you know where or if I can trim Tamino to accept more schemas/doctypes… Where can I get information about the maximum number of doctypes per collection.
as far as I know, the maximum number of doctypes per collection is not documented
officially. There is no means to increase this limit.