Beginner user here...
We've been using a constituent import successfully for some time, and today we are seeing this error for the first time:
The relation must be an employee of this organization. [Object: 'COrganization2', PK: '?', Import ID: '?', Desc: '?', Field: 'Is Employee'] -->BBREAPI.COrganization2Class.Save()-->#=qTA_aS4v1Q_JmvbLa$JR2x836nz93a6hYj9EtyI2EymY=.#=q5F3m7akZUP7X5vtwkD3IsL97KWZ4Nd2uSHEBvusAQrU=(Int32 #=qQq0gjzh2giYKf$8_k8hO0g==, Int32 #=qd_3waz2R$aLQ7Lq2$_G7_w==, ArrayList& #=qIyLPimNRZQr38DyHqWX$atSDAO$oGpw6rFITfDwgZn0=)-->#=qTA_aS4v1Q_JmvbLa$JR2x836nz93a6hYj9EtyI2EymY=.#=qlPjT9EsiU$TGNjlJGE0SQA==()
Can anyone help me interpret this?
I am having a similar issue with an import in List Management. During my testing, I used a full constituent record and when adding an organization relation, importing just the org name, there was no exceptions. But when I try to import a non-constituent record it will not import their organization relation. I get an exception message of The relation must be an employee of this organization. [Object: 'COrganization2', PK: '?"ImportID: '?', Field: 'Is Employee'].
Why is it that it has an issue with non-constituents but not with full constituents?