It might be useful to know which records were rejected by Integration Manager. If you are using text queries for your integration, Integration Manager can write any rejected records to special text files called rejection files. You can edit the rejection files to fix any problems that prevented the records from being imported, then use them as source files to import the rejected records into Microsoft Dynamics GP.
Any rejection files that are created are placed in the same location as the text file used for the query. They have the same name as the query, but have an .rjt extension.
For example, assume the Vendors query retrieves information from C:\My Documents\VendInfo.txt file. If you select the Create rejection files for text queries option, any rejected records are written to the following file: C:\My Documents\Vendors.rjt.
Rejection files are not persistent between integrations. If you run an integration again, any existing rejection files are overwritten.