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.Q.hdpf throws ` type Error.

k-mambo
New Contributor

In the kdb-tick architecture,

` Type error occurs when performing the .Q.hdpf function in the RDB process.

what should I check?

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davidcrossey
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Moderator

Hi k-mambo,

A type error is a very general error, meaning it could be any number of issues.

The best place to start would be to confirm what arguments you are passing to .Q.hdpf and that each of the parameters are of the correct type as per .Q.hdpf

 

.Q.hdpf[historicalport;directory;partition;`p#field]

 

Additional resources:

Thanks for sharing your question on the KX Community!

Hope this helps,

David

parameter types being used correctly.

The details cannot be debugged because the .Q.dpft function is not at a level that can be checked.

I checked the partition table, some partitions have different column orders.

In the above case, can a type error occur?