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Native Ingestion - 64 bit Streaming Object experienced an unhandled exception error and terminated prior to ingesting all documents


Cody Luera
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Hello All,

 

Recently encountered an issue where an error would appear every time Native Ingestion occurred on particular documents.

 

The error that appears as a popup is as follows:

64 bit Streaming Object experienced an unhandled exception error and terminated prior to ingesting all documents

 

The error that appears in the Native Ingestion log:

64 bit Streaming Object terminated with an exit code of: -1

 

This issue appears to be related to the data that is being ingested, as only specific files will cause the issue, and it appears to be corrupted files.

 

As more information comes through, it will be added to this post.

 

Feel free to share additional information!

 

-Cody

 

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Hello All,

 

Recently encountered an issue where an error would appear every time Native Ingestion occurred on particular documents.

 

The error that appears as a popup is as follows:

64 bit Streaming Object experienced an unhandled exception error and terminated prior to ingesting all documents

 

The error that appears in the Native Ingestion log:

64 bit Streaming Object terminated with an exit code of: -1

 

This issue appears to be related to the data that is being ingested, as only specific files will cause the issue, and it appears to be corrupted files.

 

As more information comes through, it will be added to this post.

 

Feel free to share additional information!

 

-Cody

 

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Adding to this -- interestingly enough, detailed information for Streaming engine can be found at this log:

 

"C:\ProgramData\IPRO Tech\eCapture\Worker\StreamingDiscovery.log"

 

It states the eCapture Worker, however, since Eclipse SE uses pieces of Streaming code, it is for Eclipse SE.

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Adding to this -- interestingly enough, detailed information for Streaming engine can be found at this log:

 

"C:\ProgramData\IPRO Tech\eCapture\Worker\StreamingDiscovery.log"

 

It states the eCapture Worker, however, since Eclipse SE uses pieces of Streaming code, it is for Eclipse SE.

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