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puthar Regular Contributor.
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Excel Report - Debug-true not working when using Java Preprocessor

Good day,

I have build a Excel Report which is using a java Preprocessor.

I need to verify some of the parameters that are passed and has set the Debug=true

I get the following report failure:Capture.JPG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When I set Debug=false again then the report does not fail.

Any suggestions, limitations that I need to know about and is not mentioned in the documentation?

Thanks

Alfred

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Super Contributor.. JHarris941 Super Contributor..
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Re: Excel Report - Debug-true not working when using Java Preprocessor

Hi Puthar,

can you post the commands you are ruuning for the report to execute with in the workbench? 

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puthar Regular Contributor.
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Re: Excel Report - Debug-true not working when using Java Preprocessor

ksc_run_excel_report spmf/AfricaConsolidatedCapitalOverview.xlsx
REPORT_ID=[RP.REPORT_SUBMISSION_ID]
DEBUG=true
DATA_PREPROCESSOR_CLASS= net.south32.ppm.excelreports.AfricaOverviewConsolidatedCapitalClass
ksc_end_report_parameters

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Re: Excel Report - Debug-true not working when using Java Preprocessor

Hi Alfred,

Does the debug mode works when you remove the preprocessor class from the command (but keep debug enabled)?

Also, could you check if there's more information in the PPM Server Log at the time of report generation failure?

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