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Transfer (beta) errors

Errors specific to the Transfer product

TRANSFER_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

The attempted transfer exceeded the account’s daily transfer or single transfer limits.
Common causes
  • The attempted transfer exceeded the account’s daily transfer or single transfer limits. The error message will indicate which transfer limit was exceeded.
Troubleshooting steps

If the limit exceeded was a daily limit, and your use case allows it, retry the transfer again later.

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TRANSFER_MISSING_ORIGINATION_ACCOUNT

There are multiple origination accounts available for the transfer, but which account to use was not specified.
Common causes
  • There is more than one origination account associated with the client id, but no account was specified in the request.
Troubleshooting steps

Make sure to specify an origination_account_id when calling /transfer/create or /transfer/authorization/create .

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TRANSFER_INVALID_ORIGINATION_ACCOUNT

The origination account specified for the transfer was invalid.
Common causes
  • The origination_account_id specified when calling /transfer/create or /transfer/authorization/create was invalid.
Troubleshooting steps

Ensure that the origination_account_id you are using corresponds to a valid origination account owned by you. You can obtain your origination_account_id from your Plaid Account Manager.

Ensure that the casing matches, as all Plaid identifiers are case-sensitive.

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TRANSFER_ACCOUNT_BLOCKED

The transfer could not be completed because a previous transfer involving the same end-user account resulted in an error.
Common causes
  • Plaid has flagged the end-user’s account as not valid for use with Transfer.
Troubleshooting steps

Ask the end-user to link a different account with Plaid and re-attempt the transfer with the new account.

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TRANSFER_NOT_CANCELLABLE

The transfer could not be canceled.
Common causes
  • An attempt was made to cancel a transfer that has already been sent to the network for execution and cannot be cancelled at this stage.
Troubleshooting steps

Use an endpoint such as /transfer/get to check the value of the cancellable property before canceling a transfer.

If applicable, contact the counterparty to the transfer and ask them to return the funds after the transfer has executed.

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TRANSFER_UNSUPPORTED_ACCOUNT_TYPE

An attempt was made to transfer funds to or from an unsupported account type.
Common causes
  • An attempt was made to transfer funds to or from an unsupported account type. Only checking and savings accounts can be used with Transfer. In addition, if the transfer is a debit transfer, the account must be a debitable account.
Troubleshooting steps

Ask the user to link a different account to use with Transfer.

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TRANSFER_FORBIDDEN_ACH_CLASS

An attempt was made create a transfer with a forbidden ACH class (SEC code).
Common causes

Your Plaid account has not been enabled for the ACH class specified in the request.

The ACH class specified in the transfer request was incorrect.

Troubleshooting steps

Verify that the ACH class in the request is correct.

If you have not already done so, contact your Plaid Account Manager to request that the desired ACH class be enabled for your account.

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TRANSFER_UI_UNAUTHORIZED

The client is not enabled for the Transfer UI product.
Common causes
  • Your account is not enabled for use with Transfer UI. Transfer and Transfer UI are currently in closed beta and require approval to access.
Troubleshooting steps

Contact Sales or your Plaid Account Manager to request approval for Transfer products.

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ACH return codes

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All reversed ACH transactions will have an ACH return code. By reading the code, you can troubleshoot and debug reversed transactions.

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What are developer’s problems with helpful error messages? [closed]

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It continue to astounds me that, in this day and age, products that have years of use under their belt, built by teams of professionals, still to this day — fail to provide helpful error messages to the user. In some cases, the addition of just a little piece of extra information could save a user hours of trouble.

A program that generates an error, generated it for a reason. It has everything at its disposal to inform the user as much as it can, why something failed. And yet it seems that providing information to aid the user is a low-priority. I think this is a huge failing.

One example is from SQL Server. When you try and restore a database that is in use, it quite rightly won’t let you. SQL Server knows what processes and applications are accessing it. Why can’t it include information about the process(es) that are using the database? I know not everyone passes an Applicatio_Name attribute on their connection string, but even a hint about the machine in question could be helpful.

Another candidate, also SQL Server (and mySQL) is the lovely string or binary data would be truncated error message and equivalents. A lot of the time, a simple perusal of the SQL statement that was generated and the table shows which column is the culprit. This isn’t always the case, and if the database engine picked up on the error, why can’t it save us that time and just tells us which damned column it was? On this example, you could argue that there may be a performance hit to checking it and that this would impede the writer. Fine, I’ll buy that. How about, once the database engine knows there is an error, it does a quick comparison after-the-fact, between values that were going to be stored, versus the column lengths. Then display that to the user.

ASP.NET’s horrid Table Adapters are also guilty. Queries can be executed and one can be given an error message saying that a constraint somewhere is being violated. Thanks for that. Time to compare my data model against the database, because the developers are too lazy to provide even a row number, or example data. (For the record, I’d never use this data-access method by choice, it’s just a project I have inherited!).

Whenever I throw an exception from my C# or C++ code, I provide everything I have at hand to the user. The decision has been made to throw it, so the more information I can give, the better. Why did my function throw an exception? What was passed in, and what was expected? It takes me just a little longer to put something meaningful in the body of an exception message. Hell, it does nothing but help me whilst I develop, because I know my code throws things that are meaningful.

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One could argue that complicated exception messages should not be displayed to the user. Whilst I disagree with that, it is an argument that can easily be appeased by having a different level of verbosity depending on your build. Even then, the users of ASP.NET and SQL Server are not your typical users, and would prefer something full of verbosity and yummy information because they can track down their problems faster.

Why to developers think it is okay, in this day and age, to provide the bare minimum amount of information when an error occurs?

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Need help with Powershell error output.

I am trying to rename a PC via Powershell. I was able to do this last week. but today I get the below information. Last time I restarted the firewall on the PC that was to be renamed, this time it did not work, where am I going wrong?

Rename-Computer : Cannot establish the WMI connection to the computer ‘PCNAME’ with the following error message: The RPC server is unavailable

(Exception from HRESULT: 0x800706BA).

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That’s most likely an issues on the remote PC.
— Doublecheck you have the right machine name
— Check if the machine is on and has network connection
— Check firewall ( «Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI-In)» rule )
— Check if WMI and it’s dependencies are running
( Remote Access Auto Connection Manager Remote Access Connection Manager Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator Remote Registry)
— Check if DCOM is enabled ( Key: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\OLE, value: EnableDCOM [should be ‘Y’])

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Is the firewall running on the computer?

The Windows Firewall service is on.

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That’s most likely an issues on the remote PC.
— Doublecheck you have the right machine name
— Check if the machine is on and has network connection
— Check firewall ( «Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI-In)» rule )
— Check if WMI and it’s dependencies are running
( Remote Access Auto Connection Manager Remote Access Connection Manager Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator Remote Registry)
— Check if DCOM is enabled ( Key: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\OLE, value: EnableDCOM [should be ‘Y’])

Are you able to pull information about the remote system with wmi/cim?

Not at the moment, I made a mistake and stopped the FireWall service and now I cannot access the remote PC at all.

Stopping the firewall service wouldn’t keep you from accessing it.

Often times it does. I really do not know why.

Another RPC error message.

All of this is good, still getting the error.

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is the machine in the same domain?

Can you connect using SMBs by doing the following in powershell

I’ve done this on a laptop in my office with no problem, now I get this. 🙁

I get RPC unavailable messages on my daily scans of the Active Directory Computers, I do Get-WmiObject queries on them.

Usually it’s computers that I don’t have access to, or that aren’t powered on, like in a power saving mode (for some reason. )

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P.S. The other half of my errors are Access Denied (flat out. ) Usually I just ignore the errors and go on, because the systems in question are not relevant to my scan.

I get RPC unavailable messages on my daily scans of the Active Directory Computers, I do Get-WmiObject queries on them.

enable «Remote Management » and «Windows Management Instrumentation» rules on the remote computer. This is usually the default for the «Domain profile. Third party firewalls may not set up correctly.

It’s something along the lines with the Firewall. The PC is to be replaced, I will try it on the new PC.

When I go to the

WmiMgmt.msc in the MMC Console, most of the PC’s fail to connect.

Under the general Tab I get «Failed to Connect to \\PCname

because «Win32: The RPC Server in unavailable»

I just started experiencing this, too, on machines that were accessible last time I tried a couple of weeks ago. Were you ever able to resolve it?

Here are the steps I’ve tried so far, with no luck:

I double-checked my GPO to allow remote management and they are good.

I remoted onto one machine and forced a gpupdate with no change in behavior.

I got into PowerShell on the remote machine and manually ran Enable-PSRemoting.

Disabled the firewall on our AV (Webroot).

I AM able to run winrs -r: cmd.exe and get a command prompt.

Going off of @Neally’s list, on Windows Server 2016 I had to enable «Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI-In)» and «Windows Management Instrumentation (DCOM-In)» but didn’t have to enable any additional services.

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