Assuming this was B&W or color negative film, the most likely cause of completely clear film (no edge markings, no exposed leader for 35 mm) is mixing up the graduates and pouring the fixer before the developer.
It's an easy mistake to make, even (especially) after processing hundreds or thousands of tanks previously. All it takes is an interruption or distraction while measuring out your chemistry.
Assuming you didn't run silver-image B&W film through C-41 or E-6 chemistry (which will bleach away the entire image without leaving behind a dye image as it would with the correct film), do the following:
First, discard all the chemicals from any bottles you used for this roll, because of the likelihood you poured fixer back in the developer bottle and developer into the fixer (if you one-shot your developer, you can keep the stock solution or concentrate, at least through the next test). Second, put a cut film leader into freshly mixed developer in the light, to be sure it turns black within no longer than your normal development time for that film. Third, run a fresh test roll (not images you'll care about, just correctly exposed and focused junk images) with freshly mixed chemistry.
This series of steps should restore your confidence in your chemistry and process.