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I have an object type: Resource Server, and it has several child object types - such as Agent, SQL. The Resource Server parent has 10 attributes that are inherited by its child object types. The Resource Server object type itself is ABSTRACT.
I am imported data into these object types using JSON. I created an import configuration that maps to object type Resource Server and it has child object type mappings for both Agent and SQL.
I am unable to import consistently. The import will often complete the indicate it saw 0 entries in the external source (screenshot to be attached). Occasionally, I will disable all but 1 or 2 child object type mappings and the import works as expected. The json file is uploaded to the server, so it is not that it cannot be read/reached.
Any ideas on what would cause this inconsistent behavior?
Please note: the examples in the documentation are for CSV imports and Selector is used to differentiate child object types. With JSON, Selector is not available, so I use "Filter data source by IQL".