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Save the MAX eventDate of nms:broadLogRcp

salvdangelo

19-12-2017

Hi,
I'm trying to get the MAX value of @eventDate from Recipient delivery logs (nms:broadLogRcp)
I tried this option but vars.maxBroadLogEvent output is always empty.

var query = xtk.queryDef.create( 

  <queryDef schema="nms:broadLogRcp" operation="select"> 

    <select> 

      <node expr="@eventDate"/> 

    </select>

    <orderBy>

     <node expr="@eventDate" sortDesc="true"/>

    </orderBy>

  </queryDef> 

); 

result = query.ExecuteQuery(); 

vars.maxBroadLogEvent = result[0].@eventDate;

logInfo("MAX BROADLOG EVENT: "+ vars.maxBroadLogEvent);

 

for each (var e in result) { 

 

logInfo(e.@eventDate); 

 

}

Can you identify the issue?

Jean-Serge Biron
@nkur
Adhiyan
kirti.rawat
Adobe Campaign

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Jean-Serge_Biro

MVP

19-12-2017

Hi Salvatore,

Your code works perfectly on my instance.

Please check if your delivery mapping is using nms:broadlogrcp, perhaps are you using a specific one?

Please use the Generic query editor tool to have a look on the broadlogrcp content, and especially the eventDate column, to be sure that it is the workflow behavior that is wrong.

Then add another column  in your loop to debug or for [0] record to be sure as well.

Regards

JS

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david_garcia1

MVP

02-01-2018

The following is another way of querying the max value for whatever column

maxId = sqlSelect("Records,@id:string","SELECT MAX(ideliveryId) FROM Neolane.Neolane.NmsrtEvent");

logInfo(maxId.Records.@id);

In your case, something like the following;

maxEventDate = sqlSelect("Event,@maxDate:string","SELECT MAX(tsEvent) FROM Neolane.Neolane.NmsbroadLogRcp");//replace neolane with your database name.schema

logInfo(maxEventDate.Event.@maxDate);

Depending on the amount of records in this table, it could take a while for the query to run. my db has more than 40m records in here.

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saikatk2447661

07-01-2018

Hi Salvdangelo,

If there is any delivery log with status ignored, there will be no eventdate but it will come on top of the list. To mitigate this issue use the following syntax.

<select>

      <node expr="@eventDate"/>

    </select>

   <where>

      <condition expr="@eventDate is not null"/>

    </where>

    <orderBy>

     <node expr="@eventDate" sortDesc="true"/>

    </orderBy>

Thanks

Saikat