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We recently upgraded from WF8005M to WF8105M. I am new to WF application and I have limited knowledge. In one of our BI portals, when I run the report I am getting below error: Your request did not return any output to display. Possible causes: - No data rows matched the specified selection criteria. - Output was directed to a destination such as a file or printer. - An error occurred during the parsing or running of the request.
0 ERROR AT OR NEAR LINE 9 IN PROCEDURE daily_interface_mtd_open_err_log (FOC003) THE FIELDNAME IS NOT RECOGNIZED: IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_DATE_MDYY BYPASSING TO END OF COMMAND (FOC009) INCOMPLETE REQUEST STATEMENT
In content tree- >Reporting server - >edaserve ->edwmain I can see the access file with file name IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.acx but I don't see master file showing name as IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.mas. The name of the file that is displaying in content tree is MQSI Interface Error (Title) which has name as IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.mas. (When I hover over the file I can see the file name)
When I go to reporting server though Admin console under application directories -> edwmain I can see master file named IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.mas (icon image looks different - shows a link with master file image/icon) .
Please help me or provide some guidance on how I can resolve the problem.
Fex code for daily_interface_mtd_open_err_log.fex:
SET LINES = 9999 -SET &MTD_FILTER=EDIT(DATECVT(DATEADD('&YYMD','D',0),'YYMD','A8YYMD'),'999999');
DEFINE FILE IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV TRANS_DATE_MDYY/MDYY=HDATE( IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_DT,'MDYY'); TRANS_YEARMONTH/A6=EDIT(DATECVT(HDATE( IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_DT,'YYMD'),'YYMD','A8YYMD'),'999999'); END TABLE FILE IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV BY IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_DATE_MDYY AS 'Date' BY IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.ORDER_N AS 'Order No' BY IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_ID AS 'Transaction ID' BY IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_TY_CD AS 'Trx Error' BY IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_TY_NM AS 'Trx Description' BY IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.ERROR_N AS 'Error No' BY IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.ERROR_TX AS 'Error Text' ON TABLE SUBHEAD "MTD Open Errors Log" WHERE ( IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_TY_RESP_CD EQ 'ERR' ); WHERE ( IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_YEARMONTH EQ '&MTD_FILTER' ); WHERE ( IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.CLIENT_ID EQ 'TTOM' ); ON TABLE SET EMPTYREPORT ON ON TABLE SET HTMLEMBEDIMG ON ON TABLE SET PAGE-NUM NOLEAD ON TABLE SET BYDISPLAY ON ON TABLE SET ASNAMES ON ON TABLE NOTOTAL ON TABLE PCHOLD AS MTD_ERR_LOG FORMAT &WFFMT.EVAL ON TABLE SET HTMLCSS ON ON TABLE SET STYLE * INCLUDE = IBFS:/EDA/EDASERVE/_EDAHOME/ETC/endeflt.sty, $ PAGESIZE='Legal', ORIENTATION=LANDSCAPE, SUMMARY='MTD_ERR_LOG', TITLETEXT='MTD_ERR_LOG', $ TYPE=REPORT, COLUMN=N7, WRAP=6.000000, $ ENDSTYLE END
ThanksThis message has been edited. Last edited by: RamyaKalyan,
A variation on tomatosauce's suggestion is to write a simple report to see if you can print IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.USR_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_FLAT.TRANS_DATE_MDYY. If you get an error then a defined field based on this won't work either. If you don't get an error, you may have a syntax error in your define that's causing the problem. Also, make sure you don't have any other copies of IA_MQSI_ERROR_ANALYSIS_WFV.MAS in the path. Maybe there's an issue in that master file.
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