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If training fails due to any document in error, error information should be provided back to the user
The desired behavior for the training model is that if it finds that it cannot process all the data it is given, it should report a failure back to the user and allow the user to correct the issue.
In such situation however we found that while the training failed, troubleshooting the failing document and its reason is cumbersome and difficult. We found ADP at least knew that it was something within a particular document class. However, that information was not passed back to the user. We had to be found by searching in the logs. In contrast, in an error situation it should be ensured that ADP passes the information about the failure (failing document, reason) back to the user.
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