During the migration with the Configuration Wizard (ConfigWizard.exe) an error message occurs:
"Database error 20103: There are process steps declared as "to ignore errors" connected to an error process step. Please clean up your data and retry the database migration"
Figure 1: Error message in Configuration Wizard
There is no way to skip this message.
The Configuration Wizard performs, among other things, a consistency check, which checks process steps for combinations of "IgnoreErrors" (1) and an existing error branch (2) - (pls. see Figure 2). This is the statement of the error message in Figure 1. A branch into the Error Successor never happens as long as the "IgnoreErrors" flag is active. This contradiction must be resolved to continue with the migration.
Figure 2: Process step with activated flag "IgnoreErrors" and existing error successor
NOTE: In version 6.1.x and higher it is no longer possible to combine both options.
Clean up the process steps manually by using Designer (Figure 2):
1. Either remove "IgnoreErrors"
2. Or remove the Error Successor branch
To determine the process steps/ process chains concerned you could use the following SQL statement: