Interpreting the Results of a Canonical Compliance Health Check
Use the results of your canonical compliance Health Check to verify whether you successfully mapped a canonical Business Object Schema to a custom Business Object Schema. The Health Check results indicate fields that were mapped successfully as well as fields that encountered errors.
When you run the Health Check for canonical compliance, your results open in a new window. The results show each mapping that is defined between a canonical Business Object Schema and a custom Business Object schema.
Results in black indicate successful mappings and show the mapped fields for each schema. Results in red indicate errors with one or more field mappings.
Common errors include:
|Missing one or more field maps: [Field]||The canonical Business Object Schema includes the indicated field, and it is not mapped to a field in the custom Business Object Schema.|
|[Field] => [Field] (does not exist)||The mapped field does not exist. Verify that the field exists and ensure the correct spelling and case.|
|[Field](Type) => [Field](Type) (FieldType Mismatch)||The mapped fields are not of the same type; for example, you cannot map a logical field to a number field.|
|[Field](Source field required but not mapped)||The custom Business Object Schema includes the indicated, required field, and it is not mapped to a field in the canonical Business Object Schema.|
|[Field](RecId) not mapped to canonical||The custom Business Object Schema includes a Record ID field that is not mapped to a field in the canonical Business Object Schema.|