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#1 2016-11-24 14:23:11

DL001
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DL001 said:

Seemingly OK analyses are "corrupt"

I build an analyses, run it and save it. When I come back to it later, I get this message:

The file <filename>.ana cannot be read. it may be corrupted. Suggested fix: delete it.

Apart from the incredulous suggestion that deleting it fixes the problem, what's going on here? I've got a number of analyses which have this problem and I'm getting rather cheesed off with out-of-the-box functionality not working.

Please advise.

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#2 2016-12-08 09:12:02

xdshi
Talend Team


xdshi said:

Re: Seemingly OK analyses are "corrupt"

Hi,
Sorry for delay!
Did you rename any folder? Would you mind giving us some descriptions to repro your issue? On which build version you got this issue?
Best regards
Sabrina


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#3 2016-12-08 12:49:39

DL001
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DL001 said:

Re: Seemingly OK analyses are "corrupt"

Nope, this seems to relate to failures in the analyses pertaining to (i) no support for VARCHAR(MAX) and/or (ii) truncation of NUMERIC(23,0) to CHAR(20) for Pattern Low Frequency analysis

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#4 2016-12-14 08:36:32

DL001
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DL001 said:

Re: Seemingly OK analyses are "corrupt"

After some investigation, it appears that the SQL Server connector fails to properly support columns that are VARCHAR(MAX) and NVARCHAR(MAX) - how do I report this as a defect?

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