Hi, I have a general problem with calculations in Calc: Even if the calculation runs smoothly when I test it, I get an error in step 3 when running the calculation chain. Obviously the results are not written to the database. I also see that the plot area is not written to the tree view (even if correct). My simple example calculation is: tree$tree_basalarea <- pi/4*(tree$tree_dbh/100)^2 I am using a test case with only some trees. The error I get is: Error in 'tree basal area'
org.openforis.calc.r.RException: R error while evaluating tree basal area
at org.openforis.calc.engine.CalcRTask.execute(CalcRTask.java:58)
at org.openforis.calc.engine.Worker.run(Worker.java:75)
at org.openforis.calc.engine.Job.execute(Job.java:103)
at org.openforis.calc.engine.Worker.run(Worker.java:75)
at org.openforis.calc.engine.Job.run(Job.java:89)
at org.openforis.calc.engine.TaskManager$1.run(TaskManager.java:232)
at org.springframework.core.task.SimpleAsyncTaskExecutor$ConcurrencyThrottlingRunnable.run(SimpleAsyncTaskExecutor.java:230)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:745)
Error in
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Fehrmann |

### The question has been closed for the following reason "Problem is not reproducible or outdated" by Mino Togna 02 Aug '16, 12:19

Hi Fehrmann, Thank you. please let us know if you face additional problems. Mino
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Mino Togna ♦♦ |

While searching for the problem I found that my Calc installation was not correct. I installed Calc 2 without completely removing Calc 1 before. Therefore the question above is obsolete. Thank you and sorry!
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Fehrmann |

Add on: In an older survey (where calculation works) the calculated fields in the database are "double precision", while with Calc 2.0 I have the problem that they are "numeric". Maybe the problem is somewhere here...
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Fehrmann |