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xtk:session:Write to extened table.

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Im not sure why this is not writing to the targeted table.

If I update xtkschema for the recipient table it works fine.

Any help would be great.

var table = <recipient

               xtkschema="lw:gospelCurriculumTmpTbl"

                _operation="insert"

               _key="@recipientId"

               recipientId="11111111"

               email="loyd.write@apitest.com"

               />;          

xtk.session.Write(table);

logInfo("---fin---")

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I found the problem.

my table is not an extension of the recipient table. I changed the XML tag to reflect the name of my table and my data showed up.

This resource was helpful in understanding what was happening.

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Hi David

Can you share the error that you are getting using above sample?

If you are running this in a workflow (good idea for testing) you can activate the workflow property to log SQL queries in the journal to see where exactly it is failing.

Additionally, I see schema selected is xtkschema="lw:gospelCurriculumTmpTbl" . Can you confirm by any chance if this one is an extension of any other schema ?

Regards

Anshul

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I am running this in a workflow currently.

When it run's I don't get any errors back. But I'm not seeing data on the table as I would expect.

Initially, I thought xtkschema="lw:gospelCurriculumTmpTbl" was an extension of the recipient table but after checking I think it is it's own stand-alone table.

<srcSchema _cs="Gospel Curriculum Temp table (lw)" created="2017-10-25 11:52:24.480Z"

           createdBy-id="0" desc="Gospel Curriculum Temp table" entitySchema="xtk:srcSchema"

           img="xtk:schema.png" label="Gospel Curriculum Temp table" labelSingular="Gospel Curriculum Temp table"

           lastModified="2017-10-25 11:52:24.479Z" mappingType="sql" md5="657196B364BDDC620B5B21E5289D89B6"

           modifiedBy-id="0" name="gospelCurriculumTmpTbl" namespace="lw" xtkschema="xtk:srcSchema">

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Level 5

I found the problem.

my table is not an extension of the recipient table. I changed the XML tag to reflect the name of my table and my data showed up.

This resource was helpful in understanding what was happening.

Introduction