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xsodata: "Multiple resources found. Inconsistency between data model and service description found."

If I call my service within a calculation view I get this error:

"Multiple resources found. Inconsistency between data model and service description found."

Has someone an idea what the reason could be for this msg. Couldn't find a helpful answer.

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  • Posted on Jan 17, 2016 at 09:24 PM

    Now I tried to create this calculation view by scripting. I only tried to join two tables and get this following error.

    Description Resource Path Location Type

    [40117] Repository: Encountered an error in repository runtime extension;Model inconsistency. Deploy Calculation View: SQL: sql syntax error: incorrect syntax near ")": line 7 col 67 (at pos 612)

    Set Schema DDL statement: set schema "TBASE_PUBLIC"

    Type DDL: create type "_SYS_BIC"."development.diraschk.dev.models/cvCE_LaborLaborwert/proc/tabletype/VAR_OUT" as table ("outLaborID" NUMERIC(10))

    Procedure DDL: create procedure "_SYS_BIC"."development.diraschk.dev.models/cvCE_LaborLaborwert/proc" ( OUT var_out "_SYS_BIC"."development.diraschk.dev.models/cvCE_LaborLaborwert/proc/tabletype/VAR_OUT" )

    language sqlscript sql security definer reads sql data as

    /********* Begin Procedure Script ************/

    BEGIN

    var_tableLabor = CE_COLUMN_TABLE ("TBASE_PUBLIC"."development.projects.tbase.data::TBASE.cds.Labor", [LaborID]);

    var_tableLaborwert = CE_COLUMN_TABLE ("TBASE_PUBLIC"."development.projects.tbase.data::TBASE.cds.Laborwert", [LaborID]);

    var_out = CE_LEFT_OUTER_JOIN(:var_tableLabor, :var_tableLaborwert );

    END /********* End Procedure Script ************/

    Does somebody know what this means?

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