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Error when creating Wave project, downloading component



Error when creating Wave project, downloading component

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#1

fernando.fernandez

    Posted 11 Jul 2016

    Steps to recreate:


    1) open existing solution that points to the Wave developer org

    2) right click Solution / Add / New project

    3) select Salesforce Analytics / SalesforceAnalyticsProject

    4) give a name to the new project "WavyWave", click Ok

    5) select Production/Development Edition, click Next

    6) the browser opens with a login prompt, then I log in and it redirects to https://c.na30.content.force.com/secur/contentDoor?startURL=%2Fsetup%2Fsecur%2FRemoteAccessAuthorizationPage.apexp%3Fsource%3D ... followed by a long string like a security token

    7) then it redirects again to http://localhost:8084/oauth2/callback?code= ... followed by another smaller string like a security token and it shows OK

    8) back to the Welkin Suite, I expand the list of components and select My_Sales_Wave_App, which was created in this org during a Trailhead session

    9) immediately after clicking Next I get the error attached:  Error converting None to type System.Nullable`1[WelkinSuite.Salesforce.Composite.Implementation.Data.Wave.ConnectWaveeselectModeEnum]
    Path:  state.step.IsClosed_76.selectMode, line 1, position 11310


    10) past this point, when I click Next or if I click Back and the log in again, Welkin Suite closes with the Windows error message "Welkin Suite has stopped working"



    3 replies to this topic

    #2

    kate.dulko

      Posted 12 Jul 2016

      Hi Fernando,


      Thank you for the detailed description of your issue.


      Currently, this is impossible for us to reproduce your issue, but we are going to investigate this nearest time.

      May I please clarify with you what types of Wave Analytics Dashboards do you use in you Application? Do you have several Dashboards in your Application?


      In addition, there are log files created after each TWS crash. You can find them in your %temp% folder; the name of these files is 'MsBuild_[SomeGuid].failure'. I kindly ask you to send us the crash log file after the IDE was crashed in this case.


      Thank you,

      Kate


      Kate Dulko
      Customer Relations

      The Welkin Suite

      twitter: @KateDulko
      skype id: d_katerina
      e-mail: kate.dulko@welkinsuite.com

       

        


      #3

      fernando.fernandez

        Posted 03 Aug 2016

        Hi Fernando,


        Thank you for the detailed description of your issue.


        Currently, this is impossible for us to reproduce your issue, but we are going to investigate this nearest time.

        May I please clarify with you what types of Wave Analytics Dashboards do you use in you Application? Do you have several Dashboards in your Application?


        In addition, there are log files created after each TWS crash. You can find them in your %temp% folder; the name of these files is 'MsBuild_[SomeGuid].failure'. I kindly ask you to send us the crash log file after the IDE was crashed in this case.


        Thank you,

        Kate


        Thank you, Kate! I am sorry I missed your reply.
        I will try to reproduce the issue again and record all the information you listed.



        #4

        kate.dulko

          Posted 03 Aug 2016

          Hi Fernando,


          Thank you for response.


          I want to inform you that yesterday we released new 0.30.7 version of The Welkin Suite that includes fix for your issue.

          The reason for this was specific type of the Dashboard component. Now this component is supported by the IDE.


          I kindly ask you to update TWS, and please let us know if the issue is reproduced for you after this.


          Thank you,

          Kate


          Kate Dulko
          Customer Relations

          The Welkin Suite

          twitter: @KateDulko
          skype id: d_katerina
          e-mail: kate.dulko@welkinsuite.com

           

            





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