Hello Vikas,
Its because the first and second input queue of UseOneAsMany function does not have the same number of context changes.
Thanks Raghu.
But the error is saying about second and third queue
Too many values in the second queue in function useOneAsMany. The number of values for all contexts must be the same as the number of values for the third queue
Is it applicable for the above error as well?
Thanks in advance
Vikas
Hello Vikas,
Sorry for that !! I misunderstood the question.Below is the criteria for Use one as many.Its failing because of values mismatch.
The first two parameters must contain the same number of contexts while the last two parameters must contain the same number of values.
Thanks once again Raghu.
So can I say the root cause as the values mismatch or need to verbalise it bit more? If so what will those words be?
Thanks in advance
Vikas
Thanks Raghu and Praveen,
Can you please let me know how to verbalise the root cause?
can I say the root cause as the values mismatch or need to verbalise it bit more? If so what will those words be?
Thanks in advance,
Vikas
Thanks Raghu and Praveen,
Can you please let me know how to verbalise the root cause?
can I say the root cause as the values mismatch or need to verbalise it bit more? If so what will those words be?
Thanks in advance,
Vikas
Hi Vikas,
To useOneAsMany first and second queues number of context changes should be same (fiirst queue should be single values in the context, second queue multiple values in the each context), second and third queues the number of values should be same without taking considerations of number of contexts (third queue each context should be only one value)
I hope it clarifies your question.
Regards,
Praveen.
Thanks Praveen for a very nice explanation.
So I can say that its failing because of values mismatch, right?
Thanks in advance,
Vikas
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