16 Replies Latest reply: Apr 17, 2012 10:35 AM by Michael Maeuser RSS

Script Error

Alex Peasley

Anybody understand why I'm getting this error?

 

I used the same temp table strategy for all three tables, it works for the first two, then fails on the last one. I've attached the whole script, and I have pulled out the problematic piece. Why is it trying to find NodeID? I don't have it in my load statement? Any Ideas.

 

This is the script

LoadTime6:

Load

Max(DateNum) as LastModifiedDate

FROM [CPULoad2.qvd](qvd);

Let vLastExecTime2 = peek('LastModifiedDate');

Drop Table LoadTime2;

 

 

I get this error.

 

Field Not found - <NodeID>

LoadTime6:

Load......

 

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    Kaushik Solanki

    Hi ,

     

    Would you please tell us after what statement in script you get this error.

     

    Use Debug to find that statement.

     

    Regards,
    Kaushik Solanki

    • Re: Script Error
      Alex Peasley

      Log file

       

      4/13/2012 12:08:22 PM: 0108  LoadTime6:

      4/13/2012 12:08:22 PM: 0109  Load

      4/13/2012 12:08:22 PM: 0110  Max(DateNum) as LastModifiedDate

      4/13/2012 12:08:22 PM: 0111  FROM (qvd)

      4/13/2012 12:08:26 PM:       Error: Field not found -

      4/13/2012 12:09:51 PM: 0112  Let vLastExecTime2 = peek('LastModifiedDate')

      4/13/2012 12:09:51 PM: 0113  Drop Table LoadTime2

      4/13/2012 12:09:51 PM:       Error: Table not found

      4/13/2012 12:09:52 PM: 0115  CPULoad:

       

      Alex Peasley

      Business Intelligence Architect

      Core BTS

      608-661-7769

      • Re: Script Error
        Kaushik Solanki

        Hi,

         

        Correct me if i am wrong. You mean to say that at line 0111 you are getting error as "field not found - NodeID'?

         

        Regards,

        Kaushik Solanki

        • Re: Script Error
          Alex Peasley

          Correct, no idea why it is saying that.

           

          Alex Peasley

          Business Intelligence Architect

          Core BTS

          608-661-7769

          • Re: Script Error
            Eduardo Correa da Silva

            Hi

             

            use the return of select statement in UPPERCASE

             

             

            .

            .

            .

            InterfaceTrafficDetail:

            Load * From [InterfaceTrafficDetail2.qvd](qvd);

            Concatenate

            LOAD

            NODEID,

            INTERFACEID AS InterfaceID,

            DATE,

            Num(floor(DATETIME)) AS DateNum,

            DATETIME,

            .

            .

            .

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              Alex Peasley

              Thats not where the errors is, its in the temp table.

              • Re: Script Error
                Eduardo Correa da Silva

                "I get this error.

                 

                Field Not found - <NodeID>

                LoadTime6:

                Load......"

                 

                The return of your SQL query must be read in uppercase. Do You got change to see if the error continues?

                 

                Sorry, but the error that appears is that the field does not exist. And not with respect to temporary table.

                 

                Make a small test:

                 

                TMP_TEST:

                LOAD

                NodeID;

                SQL

                SELECT NodeID

                FROM CoreNOC.dbo.InterfaceTraffic_Detail

                WHERE floor (convert (decimal (12,5), DateTime))> = '$ (vLasExecTime3)';

                 

                This command runs correctly? My SQL queries return correctly when return on upper case:

                 

                TMP_TEST:

                LOAD

                NODEID;

                SQL

                SELECT NodeID

                FROM CoreNOC.dbo.InterfaceTraffic_Detail

                WHERE floor (convert (decimal (12,5), DateTime))> = '$ (vLasExecTime3)';

                • Re: Script Error
                  Alex Peasley

                  If I actually take out the 1 and 2 temp tables and run the CPULoad table load on its own, it creates the variable fine and successfully loads. That’s why I’m so confused.

                   

                  Alex Peasley

                  Business Intelligence Architect

                  Core BTS

                  608-661-7769

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                    Rob Wunderlich

                    Your table label is "LoadTime6" but your drop statement references LoadTime2?

                     

                    Can you post yout document log?

                     

                    -Rob

                    • Re: Script Error
                      Alex Peasley

                      I was messing with the Temp table to see if anything would work.

                       

                      Here is the log.

                       

                      Alex Peasley

                      Business Intelligence Architect

                      Core BTS

                      608-661-7769

                      • Re: Script Error
                        Eduardo Correa da Silva

                        Hi

                        There is a file "CPULoad2.qvd" when do you run the script?

                         

                        Try change line 108, 109 ,110, 111 with this:

                         

                        CPULoad:

                        Load

                             MAX(DateNum) AS LastModifiedDate

                        Load

                             DateTime,

                             Date,

                             NodeID,

                             DateNum,

                             AvgLoad,

                             AvgMemoryUsed,

                             AvgPercentMemoryUsed

                        From [CPULoad2.qvd](qvd);

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                          Nina_Kachirja

                          line 127 should rather be NodeID. you're storing Nodeid into the qvd.

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                            Rob Wunderlich

                            I agree with Jasleen. The message may be appearing out of order, but I think the problem is with the last LOAD stmt. The problem is the mismatch between SQL NodeId and the LOAD NodeID. SQL is not case sensitive, but QV is.

                             

                            So either change the SQL to NodeID or change the load to "NodeId as NodeID".

                             

                            -Rob

                            • Re: Script Error
                              Alex Peasley

                              I still don’t think that’s the issue. When I comment out the load script and just try to run the Temp Table. I get the same error.

                               

                              When I run the temp table all by its self in the script, it works fine. But when I uncomment the first two tables, it errors out. What gives?

                               

                              LoadTime2:

                              Load

                              Max(DateNum) as LastModifiedDate

                              FROM (qvd);

                              Let vLastExecTime2 = peek('LastModifiedDate',0,'LoadTime2');

                              Drop Table LoadTime2;

                               

                              //CPULoad:

                              //Load * From (qvd);

                              //Concatenate

                              //LOAD

                              //DateTime,

                              //Date,

                              //NodeID,

                              //Num(floor(DateTime)) AS DateNum,

                              //AvgLoad,

                              //AvgMemoryUsed,

                              //AvgPercentMemoryUsed;

                              //SQL SELECT

                              //NodeID,

                              //Cast(DateTime AS bigint) AS Date,

                              //DateTime,

                              // floor(convert(decimal(12,5),DateTime)) AS Date,

                              //AvgLoad,

                              //AvgMemoryUsed,

                              //AvgPercentMemoryUsed FROM CoreNOC.dbo.CPULoad_Detail

                              //WHERE  floor(convert(decimal(12,5),DateTime))  >= '$(vLastExecTime2)';

                               

                              //STORE CPULoad INTO CPULoad2.qvd;

                               

                              DROP Table CPULoad;

                              DROP Table AvgUpTime;

                               

                               

                              Alex Peasley

                              Business Intelligence Architect

                              Core BTS

                              608-661-7769