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Sudip
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Error while publishing Eventstream

Failed to commit topology

For contact support: {
"ArtifactId": "95edeba2-9e09-4553-bb3d-1ca121724090",
"WorkspaceId": "1ae36848-5058-4eee-b74e-c811215c664e",
"CapacityId": "12282AA4-3817-485A-AFEE-4E12F8D8F993"
}

 

What is this error ??? 
Eventstream I am trying to publish (Screenshot attached)

Sudip_0-1717761518867.png

 

 

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v-junyant-msft
Community Support
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Hi @Sudip ,

According to the error message in your screenshot: Failed to commit topology Error code: 22, error message: Failed to execute 'setltem' on 'Storage': Setting the value of '....' This error typically occurs when the browser's local or session storage is full, or the data you are trying to save exceeds the allocated storage quota. Considering the environment in which you are working with Eventstream in Microsoft Fabric, this may be related to capacity limitations in the fabric environment or browser limitations.

Please start by clearing your browser's cache and local storage. This can sometimes resolve issues related to storage quotas being exceeded.
Ensure that your Eventstream configuration does not exceed the limits set by Microsoft Fabric. This includes checking the size and number of sources, transformations, and destinations configured in your Eventstream (max: 11).
Review the current capacity and usage in your Microsoft Fabric environment. If you're nearing or exceeding capacity limits, consider scaling your resources.
Understand your Fabric capacity throttling - Microsoft Fabric | Microsoft Learn
And if possible, optimize your Eventstream by reducing the complexity or size of the data being processed. This might involve filtering data at the source or reducing the number of transformations.

Best Regards,
Dino Tao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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v-junyant-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Sudip ,

According to the error message in your screenshot: Failed to commit topology Error code: 22, error message: Failed to execute 'setltem' on 'Storage': Setting the value of '....' This error typically occurs when the browser's local or session storage is full, or the data you are trying to save exceeds the allocated storage quota. Considering the environment in which you are working with Eventstream in Microsoft Fabric, this may be related to capacity limitations in the fabric environment or browser limitations.

Please start by clearing your browser's cache and local storage. This can sometimes resolve issues related to storage quotas being exceeded.
Ensure that your Eventstream configuration does not exceed the limits set by Microsoft Fabric. This includes checking the size and number of sources, transformations, and destinations configured in your Eventstream (max: 11).
Review the current capacity and usage in your Microsoft Fabric environment. If you're nearing or exceeding capacity limits, consider scaling your resources.
Understand your Fabric capacity throttling - Microsoft Fabric | Microsoft Learn
And if possible, optimize your Eventstream by reducing the complexity or size of the data being processed. This might involve filtering data at the source or reducing the number of transformations.

Best Regards,
Dino Tao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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