Error Codes for Skipped Rows - Amazon QuickSight

Error Codes for Skipped Rows

The following list of errors codes and descriptions can help you understand and troubleshoot issues with skipped rows.

ARITHMETIC_EXCEPTION – An arithmetic exception occurred while processing a value.

ENCODING_EXCEPTION – An unknown exception occurred while converting and encoding data to SPICE.

INCORRECT_FIELD_COUNT – One or more rows have too many fields. Make sure that the number of fields in each row matches the number of fields defined in the schema.

INCORRECT_SAGEMAKER_OUTPUT_FIELD_COUNT – The SageMaker output has an unexpected number of fields.

INDEX_OUT_OF_BOUNDS – The system requested an index that isn't valid for the array or list being processed.

MALFORMED_DATE – A value in a field can't be transformed to a valid date. For example, if you try to convert a field that contains a value like "sale date" or "month-1", the action generates a malformed date error. To fix this error, remove nondate values from your data source. Check that you aren't importing a file with a column header mixed into the data.

MISSING_SAGEMAKER_OUTPUT_FIELD – A field in the SageMaker output is unexpectedly empty.

NUMBER_BITWIDTH_TOO_LARGE – A numeric value exceeds the length supported in SPICE. For example, your numeric value has more than 19 digits, which is the length of a bigint data type. For a long numeric sequence that isn't a mathematical value, use a string data type.

NUMBER_PARSE_FAILURE – A value in a numeric field is not a number. For example, a field with a data type of int contains a string or a float.

SAGEMAKER_OUTPUT_COLUMN_TYPE_MISMATCH – The data type defined in the SageMaker schema doesn't match the data type received from SageMaker.

STRING_TRUNCATION – A string is being truncated by SPICE. Strings are truncated where the length of the string exceeds the SPICE quota.

UNDEFINED – An unknown error occurred while ingesting data.

UNSUPPORTED_DATE_VALUE – A date field contains a date that is in a supported format but is not in the supported range of dates, for example "12/31/1399" or "01/01/10000".