I haven't seen this one, but two questions:
1. are you running with a long enough duration
2. do you get this error when running the view manually from Tableau Server
I get the same error today , were you able to overcome the issue ?
did you use the latest release for Tabjolt? are you seeing this error on a particular workbook or all the workbooks?
Hi, sorry it took me so long to get back on to this thread.
Neelesh and co. at Tableau helped us get up and running, but we did find that some views just didn't run at all in TabJolt.
Did you try the latest release of Tabjolt and see if it works with your workbook? If it still doesn't work, I appreciate it if you can send the workbook to us and we will fix the issue. Thanks a lot!
Unfortunately we are getting the same issue here.
When we use the interaction test plan, we always get the same error:
Failed to finish View Viz Test. Site: wj7955customervoice360com; Workbook: RSA_gf_01; View: Dashboard1; IsPublic: false; Exception: java.lang.Exception: Invalid VQL response from server after performing SelectInteraction interaction. Response:
LogicException&#x3a; Internal Error - An unexpected error occurred and the operation could not be completed.
The test will work properly if we only run the ViewViz test plan.
We are using the latest tabjolt version (source) from github.
Server Version: 9.0.5 (9000.15.0820.1222) 64-Bit Core-License
I have additional information:
- If we add the parameter :render to true (in our case to render on the client) there will be no errors.
Yes - Are you seeing this error over and over again with the SAME worksheet? If so, it's likely an issue with TabJolt not being able to handle some sort of response that is coming back.
Have you tried a different workbook / viz (something simple, like one of the samples that comes with Tableau)? Assuming that different something works, it's probably that "your" workbook is just doing something TabJolt isn't prepared to deal with.
In the past, I've been able to modify my workbooks to work with TabJolt by doing things like:
- Making sure the viz doesn't return too many marks
- Removing a filter and replacing it with a different one with less members
- Turning off map rendering
- Removing background images
Unfortunately, this process is more trial-and-error than anything else...and it's not unusual that I can't get certain workbooks to EVER work...I just have to remove 'em from my workload...