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Report is Hanging at end of Reload - Advice Needed!

Hi Everyone,

I can't find any other posts about this but I'm hoping someone can help. I've got a file that is calling various pieces of data in from both an oracle based database and some reference excel spreadsheets, but it's not that complicated and there's not that much data. The reload goes fine (although quite slow) ... I can watch progress and see it get to the end of the script but then it just sits there, doing nothing that I can see. At the same time the CPU load from QV.exe goes way up and sits at 50% for ages ... I've got bored and just closed it several times now but am trying to be patient this time (20 mins and counting ...). I have to force the whole application to close because it stops responding to anything which is very frustrating.

I've got a log file generating but this doesn't show any problems. I'm working with V9 SR4 ...

Help!!

Thanks,

Emma

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Report is Hanging at end of Reload - Advice Needed!

Hi Emma,

Have you tried with limited load ? It can be a case of cricular loops

- Ravi Kumar

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Report is Hanging at end of Reload - Advice Needed!

Yep - tried that ... still just hangs. I'm going through it step by step again to see if I can spot anything ...

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Report is Hanging at end of Reload - Advice Needed!

Did you find the issue? I'm having the same problem.

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Report is Hanging at end of Reload - Advice Needed!

Hi,

I think I did but I'm struggling to remember which report it was now so can't remember how I fixed it.

Do you have a store command? That can be an issue sometimes, if you have any, comment them out and try again.

Circular loops can be a problem but you generally get a warning message about those. Just in case you could try putting a qualify statement in at the beginning to prevent them.

I had a problem with a preceeding load statement on one which was odd ... I just gave up in the end and replaced it with either a jeft join or a resident load, can't remember which now.

To be honest there have been some files that have just gone wrong and I've had to start again with ... maybe a random bug of glitch, I don't know, but they're frustrating when they happen!

Hope this helps ... if i think of anything else I'll add another comment!

Cheers,

Emma

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