When a document is in “Failed” status, the document detail page will contain a section called “Error Info” to help you with troubleshooting.
We recommended you read about Error Handling to understand how Link works in relation to errors. To learn more about how to work with errors in general, we please read the Self-service support for the business article.
In this example, you can see the error was related to the transport of the document and that an attempt to connect to the receiver was unsuccessful.
This option shows the Link category of the error that occurred.
This option shows a text returned by the relevant system component, describing the cause of the error.
By clicking “Show more”, the section will expand and reveal detailed information about the error.
The information is intended for advanced users/developers and is valuable when troubleshooting.
We will go through the individual fields shown from top to bottom.
This shows the time of the error that caused the status to become “Failed”.
This section shows the assigned Stakeholder.
This section shows the assigned error code.
This section shows the Link category of the error that occurred.
This sections shows a description of the Link error category.
This section displays the stage the document was going through when the error occurred. This is registered on the error code and the options are: “Polling”, “Receive”, “Initialize”, “Itinerary” and “Send”.
To learn more about document stages, read the Document stages article.
This shows the component associated with the error code.
This section will show a text describing the cause of the error. This is registered and editable on the error code.
This section will show a text describing the recommended solution for the problem. This is registered and editable on the error code.
This section will show a text describing the technical description of the error. This is registered and editable on the error code.
This section will show a full stack trace returned by the Link component that failed during document processing or transmission.