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400 Bad Request creating Job using /REST/v1/Dataflows/Geocode RRS feed

  • Question

  • Error:  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema?

    This began Friday night, 7/27...  I see there have been other issues reported for other services as well, even before 7/27.  Can anyone advise if this is being addressed.  We have not changed the format of the data we send.

    {"authenticationResultCode":"ValidCredentials","brandLogoUri":"http:\/\/spatial.virtualearth.net\/Branding\/logo_powered_by.png","copyright":"Copyright © 2012 Microsoft and its suppliers. All rights reserved. This API cannot be accessed and the content and any results may not be used, reproduced or transmitted in any manner without express written permission from Microsoft Corporation.","errorDetails":["This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:2, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:4, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:6, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:8, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:10, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:12, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:14, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  This row has more column then the columns defined in schema.Record Number:15, ColumnName: , ColumnValue:;  "],"resourceSets":[],"statusCode":400,"statusDescription":"Bad Request","traceId":"dfe286c43da949c3b44c2eef7d9723fe|EWRM001929|02.00.149.2800|"}

    Monday, July 30, 2012 4:01 PM

Answers

  • The error you are describing has nothing to do with the issues that occurred last week which have since been resolved. Your issue is that you have additional columns defined in your data source that do no have headers.

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    Monday, July 30, 2012 5:22 PM