3 Replies Latest reply: Aug 26, 2013 4:57 AM by s j RSS

    Strange error message with SAP connector (5.6 SR2)

    David Vasseur

      Hello,

       

      I have some strange issues with the SAP connector 5.6 SR2 (QV 10 SR4 x64)

       

      The query

      select * from mara

      returns

      Error: QVX_UNEXPECTED_END_OF_DATA: Fetch aborted, due to an unexpected exception. Key = EOF (ID:00 Type:E Number:001 Reading job has reached End Of File)

       

      All data are nevertheless retrieved.

       

      Log:

      2012-05-23 12:05:49    Progress    Connected to SAP with C:\Program Files\Common Files\QlikTech\Custom Data\QvSAPConnector\QvSAPConnector.dll 5.6, 10755 SR2

      2012-05-23 12:05:49    Progress    TimeoutIDoc set to: 7200 seconds

      2012-05-23 12:05:49    Progress    TimeoutSap set to: 14400 seconds

      2012-05-23 12:05:49    Progress    TimeoutInit set to: 900 seconds

      2012-05-23 12:05:49    Progress    TimeoutActivity set to: 3600 seconds

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Connected

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Creation of function /QTQVC/OPEN_STREAM returned after 00:00:00

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Creation of function /QTQVC/FETCH_STREAM returned after 00:00:00

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    OpenStream called with SQL = "select * from mara", PACKETSIZE = 20000, TRACE = "0", TIMEOUT_BATCH = "600", CHECK_SEPARATOR = "0", CONVROUTINE = "0"

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    OpenStream invoked. Jobnumber is 20120523120550

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Jobnumber is 20120523120550

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    1 ms delay

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    2 ms delay

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    4 ms delay

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    8 ms delay

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    16 ms delay

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    32 ms delay

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    64 ms delay

      2012-05-23 12:05:50    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:53    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:53    Error    RFC_INVALID_PARAMETER

      2012-05-23 12:05:53    Progress    Successful fetch of 1304 rows

      2012-05-23 12:05:53    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:54    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:54    Error    RFC_INVALID_PARAMETER

      2012-05-23 12:05:54    Progress    Successful fetch of 1304 rows

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Error    RFC_INVALID_PARAMETER

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Progress    Successful fetch of 334 rows

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Progress    Calling FetchStream

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Progress    Reply from FetchStream received

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Error    Fetch aborted, due to an unexpected exception. Key = EOF (ID:00 Type:E Number:001 Reading job has reached End Of File)

      2012-05-23 12:05:55    Progress    Disconnected

       

      Regards,

      David