Why does the integration object give invalid association errors?

We’re using an integration object to import data from a staging DB (populated by an external system) into a DTO which consists of 6 text fields. There should be no associations between the DTO and any other record, as the data from the text fields is used to identify records and build associations when the DTO is processed manually after the integration object has processed…

However, when we run the integration object, using the Execute action on the form, we get the following line in the log for every record:

2016-08-18 11:18:29,912 WARN [com.tririga.ws.TririgaWSImpl](WFA:16722316 - 15534574 triExecute:378233139 IE=378233139) com.tririga.ws.errors.InvalidArgumentException: Invalid association: associated record id should be greater than 0, is -1

We are getting this same error for another integration object providing similar functionality (loading Text/Number fields in a DTO). I have tried both clearing the map and rebuilding it manually and using the ReMap action on the Integration Object form. Looking in server.log, it appears the maps are successfully rebuilt for all integration objects.

The only thing I can think of is that we are not using the Base Parent field in our map, so it could be trying to build an association to the base parent when it is not required? I have attached a screenshot of the map for one our integration objects for reference. It is worth noting that the records are created successfully and the data is mapped as expected, aside from the “noise” in server.log.

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