If a query encounters an error, the query results return an error name and description instead of query results.
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The following errors can occur in your Metadata API query.
|ACCESS_DENIED||Error||You are not authorized to use the Metadata API.|
|BACKFILL_RUNNING||Warning||Still creating the Metadata API Store. Results from the query may be incomplete at this time.|
|FEATURE_DISABLED||Error||Can’t run the query because the Metadata API has not been enabled yet. Run the ‘tsm maintenance metadata-services enable’ command to enable the Metadata API or contact your Tableau administrator.|
|INVALID_ARGUMENT||Error||The query contains an undefined fragment ‘n’. Make sure to define the fragment.|
|Error||Can’t use nested fragments for shortcut query ‘n’.|
|Error||Can’t use “after” and “offset” pagination at the same time. Remove one of the arguments from the query.|
|Error||The query contains an invalid cursor. Make sure to use cursors of the same type.|
|Error||The query contains an invalid cursor. Make sure to use cursors that belong to the same site.|
|NODE_LIMIT_EXCEEDED||Warning||Showing partial results. The request exceeded the ‘n’ node limit. Use pagination, additional filtering, or both in the query to adjust results.|
|PERMISSIONS_MODE_SWITCHED||Error||One or more of attributes used in your filter contain sensitive data. Your results hav been automatically filtered to contain only the results you have permissions to see.|
|SITE_DISABLED||Error||The Metadata API is not enabled for this site: ‘n’.|
|TIME_LIMIT_EXCEEDED||Warning||Can’t show all data because the timeout limit ‘n’ has been exceeded. Use pagination, additional filtering, or both in the query, and try again.|