Message mapping crashes only in INterface Mapping

hi guys,
i have an issue with one of my interface mapping. the message mapping crashes when i run the interface mapping. however when i run the message mapping separately it works fine.
any hints?
thanks,
ali.

Hi Ali,
If you are using try catch then in case of catch condition if you pass null to substring it will fail.. Either you call the substring inside your udf (so that you can make sure that the filename is available then only substring is called) else handle the null condition in message mapping before calling substring...
Also you can try looking into the display queue entry for substring in Message Mapping for further analysis. Here also you will not get any filename by dynamic configuration, but i am not sure why it was not failing there.. May be display queue will help you.
Regards
Suraj

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