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Object reference not set to an instance of an object

Khonzi Houdini 2 months ago in Studio / Sources updated by Njabulo Nxele 2 months ago 1

SQL Server source returning "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" in version 2.8.1.42. The same workflow returns an actual value in previous versions. Tested successfully on 2.8.1.3.

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OAUTH2

Anonymous 4 months ago in Studio / Sources 0

A tool or source that could do OAuth2 authentication and then be used by those APIs that need it.

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MS SQL connector - multiple commands

zsery 4 years ago in Studio / Sources 0

Exists any possibility how to execute more command during one connection? I mean 2 stored procedures ....
Thanks

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Connector SQL Server ERROR ExecuteXMLReader

Michael 4 years ago in Studio / Sources updated by Elmo 4 years ago 6

Hi, 


I have a problem with the stored procedure on the MSSQL server. I did it the same way as in the tutorial PDF, but with a different database. When I want to debug the flow, I only get the following error message: The command sent to ExecuteXmlReader is invalid. The command must return an XML result.


Thanks in advance.


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SQL Bulk Insert

ahmad zikri 6 years ago in Studio / Sources updated by Gandalf 6 years ago 5

I've been trying to use SQL Bulk Insert service however with Oracle i unable to choose table:

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Gandalf 6 years ago

Hi Ahmad

The bulk insert is for Microsoft SQL server.

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Oracle Database Source

ahmad zikri 6 years ago in Studio / Sources updated by Genie 6 years ago 1

Hi. Why when I create Oracle database source the database choices are limited to HR, SCOTT, OE, PM, SH and IX

There should be user that i create as database. For example, there be include 'SPBO2' as if in normal oracle query it will be SELECT * FROM SPBO2.TABLENAME

Thank you

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Answer
Genie 6 years ago

Hi,


The databases are limited to the databases that the that you have logged in with has access to, using the following command


SELECT DISTINCT(OWNER) AS DATABASE_NAME FROM DBA_SEGMENTS WHERE OWNER IN (SELECT USERNAME FROM DBA_USERS WHERE DEFAULT_TABLESPACE NOT IN ('SYSTEM','SYSAUX'))


Thanks

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Connection to Oracle Database

FSulaiman 6 years ago in Studio / Sources updated by Genie 6 years ago 19

I want to connect to New Datasource Database in Oracle.

The info as below


IP address : 192.168.50.30

Operating platform : Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard

Database/OraClient installed : Oracle 11g R2 Client 64bit

user: orcluser

password: orclpassword

SID: orcl

port: 1521


How to setup the oracle connection?


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Genie 6 years ago

Hi,


The databases are limited to the databases that the that you have logged in with has access to, using the following command


SELECT DISTINCT(OWNER) AS DATABASE_NAME FROM DBA_SEGMENTS WHERE OWNER IN (SELECT USERNAME FROM DBA_USERS WHERE DEFAULT_TABLESPACE NOT IN ('SYSTEM','SYSAUX'))


Thanks

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VB DLLs and Objects

Justin Blaauw 7 years ago in Studio / Sources updated by Gandalf 7 years ago 2
I am fairly new to the Microsoft experience, but was wondering if the DLLs have to be C# or can they be VB to use in Warewolf? Can I create objects in the DLL and access them from Warewolf ?
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Warewolf support of DB servers

Anonymous 8 years ago in Studio / Sources updated by Gandalf 7 years ago 4
Hey guys,
I just have a random question. Does Warewolf cater for non-SQL Server DB servers like MySQL and Oracle?
If it doesn’t can you please just explain why?

Thanks :)
Answer
Gandalf 8 years ago
Hi Anonymous

Warewolf is designed to cater for any database. We haven't had the request from any clients (or any additions from the community on GITHUB) for anything other than MSSQL yet. The plan is to implement Oracle, MySQL etc. as soon as there is a demand.

Let us know if you need something prioritized.
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Edit Database Source

Alex Hampel 10 years ago in Studio / Sources updated by Gandalf 9 years ago 0

Suggestion: Order databases alphabetically.



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Gandalf 9 years ago

Consider it done.