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tFileInputDelimited throws a Java exception if the filename specified does not exist.
This happens regardless of whether the Die on Error box is checked.
I thought that if the Die on Error box was unchecked, no Java exception would occur. Instead, I would think it would just follow the path for On Component Error (which in my case simply is a tWarn to log a message).
It appears to me that the Die On Error check box has no effect on the functioning of the component.
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2008-05-16 16:25:53|1hu3dF|1hu3dF|1hu3dF|SJMTESTS|tst|Default|6|Java Exception|tWarn_1|\tmp\hdc_test.txt (The system cannot find the file specified)|1
Last edited by SMaz (2008-05-16 23:45:19)
What's your operating System (Windows or Linux) ?
In all cases you need to specify your filepath with / character.
For example under Windows : C:/myfolder/myfile.txt
Or under linux : /myfolder/myfile.txt
This questions is not about your OS
Like for all others components, the Die On Error checkbox is only about flow errors
Missing data sources (file, or db) is a big problem and is not releated to die on error.
You can use a tFileList or tWaitForFile to work only if you file s available.