Working in FFCore, I'm trying to setup a workflow which is pretty basic. It's a straight from FFWS to Print function. However, when I'm trying to add in the required exception pages, I seem to be hitting some odd limits - or most likely doing something wrong.
Exception pages are by 9, starting at 1 and ending at 3007. I've read this may be what is called a 'cyclical process', however as a newbie to core, this is a bit over my head. Attached is a screenshot of what I'm working with, hopefully it may shed some light on my potential error.
The image appears as a yellow trangle with a gray border. Not sure what the error is.
That said, there are two ways to define exceptions in the DFE - via the JT or as cyclical exceptoins.
The first method has a limit of 255 exception pages.
The second method does not have a limit. This second method, however, must be configured in the DFE queue as it is not available via job ticketing.
I don't know all the details around cyclical exception pages. I would suggest you reach out to your analyst.
Thanks! I'll be reaching out in the appropriate manner from here out to see if a cyclical process will help. I appreciate the feedback!
As for the Exception Pages in the JT:
My first set is as follows: 1, 10, 19, 28, 37, 46, 55, 64, 73, 82
The next set follows in suit: 91, 100, 109, 118, 127, 136, 145, 154, 163
The first set shows up at the machine without an issue. The problem comes with the next sets of exception pages not showing up. I have noticed that the sets seem to have a limit and cannot contain too many exception pages or the entire set is thrown out.
Any ideas on why the JT is failing in this manner?
I just heard back about the FFPS special pages limit. The combined limit for both sheet inserts and exceptions is 1,000.
You should be able to submit a job with the exceptions as you had asked (the total was approx 350 exceptions). If that's not working as expected please escalate to the hotline,