SPD case files – 9,10, 11, 12 May 2019

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Josh Smith posted this 14 May 2019

Hi Team,

Just looking at the SPD case files and I'm seeing some bizarre things occurring in the case files and EMI dataset.

MSS_101332019050400980_0X.ZIP file has multiple days solves in it (10, 11 and 12). Is this correct? as the normal rule of thumb is one day per zip file.

Also, there seems to be no case file for the 9 May 2019.

And another inconsistency is, the blobs available in the Azure Storage Client (ASC) are different from the blobs available in the programmatic access method.

The programmatic method I get MSS_101012019050440001_0X.ZIP and MSS_101332019050400980_0X.ZIP files which I can't see in the ASC (very minor issue).

Could anyone shed some light on what's going on?




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Phil Bishop posted this 15 May 2019

Hi Josh - hopefully this comes right today, if it hasn't already been rectified.

The person looking after this has been away on leave for a few days and because the process hasn't yet been documented on our Wiki, nobody else was able to easily step in and correct it. The publication of GDX files also went awry but should also be sorting itself out now. Not to bore you with the details but we've been wrestling a bit with Azure Data Factory (documentation is not yet ideal) as we transition away from SSIS for our orchestration tasks in Azure.


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Josh Smith posted this 15 May 2019

Thanks Phil :)

Josh Smith posted this 19 May 2019

Hi Phil,

Has this problem been recitifed yet? 

We still seem to be missing data



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