Dear OF Community,

maybe someone can help me with the error message above. I just updated R and now, when I am asking Calc to write the results of the calculations (work in R without problems) into the database, I receive this error during step 1 'R Script Processing chain'. I have two different surveys, but the same error occurs in both of them. Any ideas?

Thank you!

asked 03 Aug, 07:38

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Dear Alex,

make sure the R executable path is correct in the system page (It must ends with bin).

Also, make sure the required libraries are installed in the R library path.

Please let me know if this helps.

Thanks Mino

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answered 03 Aug, 11:07

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Thanks for the quick answer Mino,

unfortunately, I couldn't solve the problem following your suggestions. Concerning the libraries, I assume this refers to the packages (RPostreSQL and sqldf), which I installed (and updated).

The fact that I previously updated R to v.3.4 can't be the problem can it?

Alex

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answered 03 Aug, 15:13

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Hi Alex,

i haven't tested Calc with R 3.4, however it shouldn't be the problem.

Can you send me the log files?

Thanks,

Mino

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answered 03 Aug, 15:15

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Hi Mino,

having installed the new R version in another folder other than c:\opt seems to have caused the issue. I believe, R should always be installed in the c:\opt folder!

Thank you so much for your help! It is greatly appreciated!

Alex

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answered 09 Aug, 10:54

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Hi Alex,

You are very welcome and thanks for reporting it is now working !

Mino

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answered 09 Aug, 17:09

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