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Engine Fails with "WARNING Number of local CF in agri sql and local causal filter differs" WARNING Number of local CF 10 != 11 (Doc ID 2188505.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 29, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Demantra Demand Management - Version 7.3.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

7.3 and above: Engine

Demantra Engine Not Running

ERROR
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WARNING Number of local CF in agri sql and local causal filter differs. 10 != 11
12:40:20:934 12:40:20:915 WARNING Failed to create cache file:

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run the engine

Upon running the engine, getting the following error in the engine logs:

EngNewSystemProcessor::ExecuteHook from Non Seasonal CombineGlobalsAndLocals
11:55:15:212 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:15:212 ERROR Failed to execute :
NewSystemProcessor. ExecuteHook threw Matlab exception: Index exceeds matrix
dimensions.
11:55:15:322 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:15:322 ERROR Failed to execute : pipe.
ExecuteHook threw an exception.
11:55:15:431 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:15:431 ERROR Failed to execute : pipe.
ExecuteHook threw an exception.
11:55:15:540 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:15:540 ERROR Schema (engine2000.xml)
failed to execute correctly.
11:55:15:743 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:15:743 WARNING Number of local CF in agri
sql and local causal filter differs. 10 != 11
11:55:15:853 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:15:853 ERROR Caught exception at:
EngNewSystemProcessor::FindZeroLocalCausals()
11:55:15:962 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:15:962 ERROR Caught exception at:
EngNewSystemProcessor::ExecuteHook from Non Seasonal CombineGlobalsAndLocals
11:55:16:072 <VMOHSALSEP7-1> 11:55:16:072 ERROR Failed to execute :
NewSystemProcessor. ExecuteHook threw Matlab exception: Index exceeds matrix
dimensions.

Changes

The factor type is blank in the causal_factor table. The below query returns rows. ( It should normally not)

select * from causal_factors where factor_type is null

Cause

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