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Scala type mismatch: default.type (with underlying type A1 => B1)
Strange, as soon as I renamed default variable, everything compiled fine: scala> def composeHandlingFuture[T](fut: Future[T], x: T): Future[T] = | fut recover { case e: Exception => x } composeHandlingFuture: [T](fut: scala.concurrent.Future[T], x: T)scala.concurrent.Future[T]

Categories : Scala

Scala: higher-kinded types, type projections and type mismatch error
@ziggystar says it: Drop the bound B and use M[X] directly: class TransM[X[_]](val b: M[X]) extends M[CurriedTrans[X, M[X]]#Type] { def from[A](f: T[A]) = b.from(f.r).get } val x1 = new TransM(new ListM) You could consider to do the same for Trans and CurriedTrans. If you need the inner type of M, you can always expose it through a type member of Trans and CurriedTrans.

Categories : Scala

Scala Type Mismatch underlying type and class vs method
The problem in your code is type parameter shadowing. You have: class ThreeStacks[A, B, C](val stackSize:Int = 1000) { def push1[A](value: A): Unit = stack1.push(value) ... } It should be: class ThreeStacks[A, B, C](val stackSize:Int = 1000) { def push1(value: A): Unit = stack1.push(value) ... } The way you have done it, type parameter A of class ThreeStacks and type parameter A of method push1 are completely different ones and thus, are incompatible with each other. The same applies to B and C.

Categories : Scala

[HASKELL]Couldn't match expected type `[a0]' with actual type `[a1] -> Bool'
null is a function [a] -> Bool and returns whether the input list is empty. Therefore sStringV has type [a] -> Bool. In the line if (null sStringV == True) the argument to null should be a list, not the null function itself. It seems you should change the declaration of sStringV to something like sStringV :: String sStringV = "" However, you should be aware that let sStringV = lines contents does not assign a new value to sStringV - it only declares a new variable sStringV which hides the old definition. You can't modify sStringV from within your readMyFile function. It looks like you're trying to use Haskell like an imperative language.

Categories : Haskell

Parameter value element [...] did not match expected type [org.hibernate.type.EnumType]
Answering my own question. So in short, what I was trying to do: Run application on WebSphere which we set up with Hibernate 3 Test application on JBOSS 7 which is strongly bound to Hibernate 4 Have the container provide the persistence Use a single Hibernate (non-JPA) construct (UserTypes) When deploying in WebSphere the UserType in the application needed to be compatible with Hibernate 3, and when testing in JBOSS it needed to be compatible with Hibernate 4. As it turns out, the UserType specification had changed just enough for it to be incompatible one way or another. (And if it hadn't it would still have been a bad idea to mix these versions, but it may have taken longer to become apparent.) This mix led to errors such as described in another question. But even with the accepted

Categories : Java

Type mismatch in key from map: expected org.apache.hadoop.io.Text, recieved org.apache.hadoop.io.LongWritable
Add these 2 lines in your code : job.setMapOutputKeyClass(Text.class); job.setMapOutputValueClass(IntWritable.class); You are using TextOutputFormat which emits LongWritable key and Text value by default, but you are emitting Text as key and IntWritable as value. You need to tell this to the famework. HTH

Categories : Hadoop

Type mismatch in value from map: expected org.apache.hadoop.io.NullWritable, recieved org.apache.hadoop.io.Text
You haven't specified your map output types, so it's taking the same as you set for your reducer, which are Text and NullWritable which is incorrect for your mapper. You should do the following to avoid any confusing it's better to specify all your types for both mapper and reducer: job.setMapOutputKeyClass(Text.class); job.setMapOutputValueClass(Text.class); job.setOutputKeyClass(Text.class); job.setOutputValueClass(NullWritable.class);

Categories : Java

Returned type character varying(70)[] does not match expected type
Please stop using EXECUTE when you don't have to. If you do, use a parameterized form. Your current function is vulnerable to all sorts of in-function sql injection. Stop writing functions that depend on SQL injection vulnerabilities to work. If I put in your where clause '1=1; DELETE FROM "MasterDivision"; --' then you will get a wonderfully nasty surprise. Your error implies that "MasterState"."StateName_EN" is not the type you believe it is. Check there. It seems to me that you probably have this as a varchar(70)[] instead of a varchar field.

Categories : Postgresql

Couldn't match expected type `a' with actual type `[a]'
You're declaring the input to be a list of type [a], and the rest to be of type a. A list of type a in Haskell consists of a head of type a and a tail, a list of type [a]. The cons constructor : takes the head and tail as its arguments. When you deconstruct a list as (x:y), x is the head and y is the tail. So in your second code fragment, you're binding the tail of the list, which has the list type [a], when your type signature requires that you return a value of type a (the head being one example).

Categories : Haskell

Matlab: Specified value type does not match the type expected for this container
If you do help containers.Map you get a section which says Valid values for vType are the strings: 'char', 'double', 'single', 'int8', 'uint8', 'int16', 'uint16', 'int32', 'uint32', 'int64', 'uint64', 'logical', or 'any'. The order of the key type and value type arguments is not important, but both must be provided. You could use: containers.Map('KeyType','char', 'ValueType','any') However, the behaviour that you probably want is: myMap = containers.Map(keySet, num2cell(valueSet)) That will give you one an object of type myClass when you put in the correct key. This is most likely because containers.Map is expecting a cell array of custom objects rather than an object array. Your code would look clearer like this: valueSet = cell(1,4); keySet = cell(1,4); for i=

Categories : Matlab

Sqlite database unable to delete objects, failing with message "Cannot store type: "
Rather than use: public int DeleteItem<T>(int id) where T : IBusinessEntity, new() { lock (locker) { #if NETFX_CORE return Delete(new T() { ID = id }); #else return Delete<T> (new T () { ID = id }); #endif } } Use this instead: public int Delete(object objectToDelete) { var map = GetMapping(objectToDelete.GetType()); var pk = map.PK; if (pk == null) { throw new NotSupportedException("Cannot delete " + map.TableName + ": it has no PK"); } var q = string.Format("delete from "{0}" where "{1}" = ?", map.TableName, pk.Name); return Execute(q, pk.GetValue(objectToDelete)); }

Categories : Sqlite

Variable store function as primitive type or reference type?
The value of f2 is, like f1, a reference to the same function. You can use the fact that functions are objects to prove it : var f1 = function(){} var f2 = f1; f1.a = 3; console.log(f2.a); // logs 3 But as you can't change a function core, there is little practical use in knowing this, apart the fact you don't use much memory if you duplicate a function reference.

Categories : Javascript

The given value of type String from the data source cannot be converted to type bigint of the specified target column
I found an answer in this bytes.com thread. All you have to do is map the columns of the source to the destination table with the use of SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping. bulkCopy.ColumnMappings.Add(new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping(0, 1)); bulkCopy.ColumnMappings.Add(new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping(1, 2)); bulkCopy.ColumnMappings.Add(new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping(2, 3)); bulkCopy.ColumnMappings.Add(new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping(3, 6)); //look here, index is different bulkCopy.ColumnMappings.Add(new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping(4, 8)); //and again bulkCopy.ColumnMappings.Add(new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping(5, 9)); I also found the same solution here before finding the above, but in my case I had some fields missing in the source. The fields were in the correct order although it referred to the actual INDEX/ORD

Categories : C#

mysql can datatypes in VALUES clause be different type then the column data type?
The correct answer actually depends on the SQL mode, as in STRICT mode you'll receive error if the data type is wrong, and in other modes MySQL will do the best it can (for example will truncate everyting after the decimal point if you are trying to insert float in int column) to execute the query and will just produce warnings about the implicit casts it did.

Categories : Mysql

SqlBulkCopy - The given value of type String from the data source cannot be converted to type money of the specified target column
@Corey - It just simply strips out all invalid characters. However, your comment made me think of the answer. The problem was that many of the fields in my database are nullable. When using SqlBulkCopy, an empty string is not inserted as a null value. So in the case of my fields that are not varchar (bit, int, decimal, datetime, etc) it was trying to insert an empty string, which obviously is not valid for that data type. The solution was to modify my loop where I validate the values to this (repeated for each datatype that is not string) //--- convert decimal values foreach (DataColumn DecCol in DecimalColumns) { if(string.IsNullOrEmpty(dr[DecCol].ToString())) dr[DecCol] = null; //--- this had to be set to null, not empty else dr[DecCol] = Helpers.CleanDec

Categories : C#

SQL Bulk Copy "The given value of type String from the data source cannot be converted to type datetime of the specified target column" using ASP.NET
SqlBulkCopy.WriteToServer(DataTable) fails with confusing messages if the column order of the DataTable differs from the column order of the table definition in your database (when this causes a type or length incompatibility). Apparently the WriteToServer method does not map column names.

Categories : C#

the content type 'application/json; charset=utf-8' was not the expected type 'text/xml; charset=utf-8'
You need to use the WebServiceHostFactory, instead of the regular ServiceHostFactory in your code. That will configure the endpoint with the appropriate binding (webHttpBinding) and behavior (webHttp) to honor the [WebInvoke] attribute. <serviceHostingEnvironment > <serviceActivations> <add factory="System.ServiceModel.Activation.WebServiceHostFactory" relativeAddress="./wsccc1/wscccService.svc" service="service.wservice"/> </serviceActivations> </serviceHostingEnvironment>

Categories : Json

VBA type mismatch
As per the comment by user414076 which was mostly correct: Sub testHidden() Dim i As Integer Dim totalRows As long totalRows = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count ActiveSheet.Rows("1:" + CStr(totalRows)).Hidden = False End Sub

Categories : Excel

Stuck on Type Mismatch
How exactly is list a List[T]? T is a generic parameter of method addGroup. If list is defined outside the method, then it cannot be a List[T] with the same T. Supposing you have class YourCode[T] { val list: List[T] def addGroup[T](....) } the T parameter in addGroup just hides the T in YourCode, they are two different types. You can rename it e.g U without changing anything, except making it clear. Doing that, in list diff xss.flatten, list is of type List[T], xss.flatten is List[U], T and U are two different type parameters which can be just anything (no bounds) the best common supertype is Any, so the diff is a List[Any] instead of the expected List[T]. From there, you get List[List[List[Any]]] at the end.

Categories : Scala

Data type mismatch using RND()
You need to verify the values in the Number column where a.Location = 'Columbus'... I suspect you have a non-numeric value in one of the Number columns, which is causing the type mismatch error. You can use this to narrow it down: SELECT * FROM a WHERE NOT ISNUMERIC(a.Number) and a.Location = 'Columbus' Or better yet, exclude the location to find any possible bad values: SELECT * FROM a WHERE NOT ISNUMERIC(a.Number)

Categories : SQL

Why is there no type mismatch error?
The Go Programming Language Specification Conversions Specific rules apply to (non-constant) conversions between numeric types. Conversions between numeric types For the conversion of non-constant numeric values, the following rules apply: When converting between integer types, if the value is a signed integer, it is sign extended to implicit infinite precision; otherwise it is zero extended. It is then truncated to fit in the result type's size. For example, if v := uint16(0x10F0), then uint32(int8(v)) == 0xFFFFFFF0. The conversion always yields a valid value; there is no indication of overflow. When converting a floating-point number to an integer, the fraction is discarded (truncation towards zero). When converting an integer or floatin

Categories : Go

Reflection type mismatch
Your CustomProcessor class has no constructor because the name of the method you believe to be your constructor is different. public CustomLatencyProcessor(Manager m) { super(m); } Should be changed to public CustomProcessor(Manager m) { super(m); } Because the name of your class is CustomProcessor. Constructor's names must match the name of their containing class exactly.

Categories : Java

Access Type Mismatch
From MSDN: The OLE DB .NET Provider does not support named parameters for passing parameters to an SQL statement or a stored procedure called by an OleDbCommand when CommandType is set to Text. In this case, the question mark (?) placeholder must be used. For example: So change your query to: select 'x' from mytable1 where typecode = ? and EXISTS (select 'x' from mytable2 where (freq=0 OR freq = ?) and mytable1.id=mytable2.pid) And you have to add parameters in the same order as they occur in query.

Categories : C#

How to store data with abstract type? Is it sane to store data as sql_variant data type?
It's hard to determine right answer from your question. What data types you are expecting to be and what are you going to do with that types? Because,if you are going to create to many tables for each type you will end up in complexity and more size on disk than using sql_variant type. Keep in mind that when using sql_variant to represent boolean, will only represent 1 byte of overhead(for storing data type kind) + variable length bytes(wich you probably already have in table). But if you are using that type fore some complex mission critical logic and if yours data access framework doesn't support sql_variant you should not use sql_variant.

Categories : SQL

VBA Runtime Error '13': Type Mismatch
As the error message states, either Month(date2) or Month(rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value) is failing at some point in your loop. Insert two debug statements before the If statement that is causing the error: For j = 1 To rgMonth.Columns.Count Debug.Print "date2 is " & date2 Debug.Print "rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value is " & rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value If Month(date2) >= Month(rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value) Then 'Runtime Error '13':_ Type Mismatch Run your code. When you get to the error, debug and take a look at the Immediate window. The last 2 lines should show you why the error is occurring. If you don't see the Immediate window, you can open it by selecting View --> Immediate Window from within the Visual Basic Editor.

Categories : Excel

Using Application.Intersect why do I get Type Mismatch
The varocarbas answer got me to thinking about the various types I was using. So I experimented with various combinations of objects Dim ObjRange1 As Object and declared types Dim rg1 As Excel.Range Here is the code that I tested and it works fine except the one at the end which gave me the "Type Mismatch" error. Sub testXL1() Dim XLApp As Object Dim wb As Object Dim ws As Object XLApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application") XLApp.visible = True wb = XLApp.Workbooks.Add() XLApp = wb.application ws = wb.worksheets(1) ws.cells(1, 1) = "First" ws.cells(2, 2) = "hello" 'this works fine Dim rg1 As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range Dim rg2 As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range Dim rg3 As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range rg1 =

Categories : Vb.Net

Type Mismatch when using CreateControl in Access VBA
The type mismatch is on the the first argument to CreateControl. It must be a String. This will get you past the type mismatch error: CreateControl(Reports!Comments_R.Name, ... However, you have two other problems. Since a control is an object, you need to use Set in your assignment statement. It looks like you want to add the control to a Report. If so, use CreateReportControl instead.

Categories : Vba

Type value mismatch error with vectors
To have a vector of some value type, the type must have an available no-argument constructor, which yours doesn't (ie. that's what the error message is telling you). However, since I doubt you want to copy around Enemys, you should store them by pointer,ie. vector<Enemy*> enemies; for (int i = 0; i < NUM_ENEMIES; ++i) enemies.push_back(new Enemy(type)); EDIT I just noticed you have the following declaration class Enemy... but you also declare an enum value enum render {... ,Enemy, .... I just compiled the following code and got a suspiciously similar error: #inlcude <vector> class A {}; enum type {A, B, C}; std::vector<A> As; int main(int argc, char** argv) { return 0; } So there's your problem. When it comes time to resolve the template, the com

Categories : C++

Type mismatch with VBA while other computer works well
Use late-binding to allow the code to run: Dim oGraph As Object Dim chSeries As Object It may be that the Graph is not correctly registered on the computer. You could register it manually. I would create a Restore Point before doing this, just in case (possibly even back up the registry, but this is perhaps over cautious). Click the Start button, Run "C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice14GRAPH.EXE" /REGSERVER Re-installing Access and making sure it is up-to-date with all Windows Updates is another possibility.

Categories : Vba

Type mismatch in scala with wildcards
Without further information this answer is only a guess based on the error: type mismatch; found : TBase[_$1,_$2] where type _$2, type _$1 required: TBase[_ <: TBase[_, _], _ <: TFieldIdEnum] Constraining the type arguments as the error message suggested may fix the problem: def serialize(base: TBase[_ <: TBase[_,_] ,_ <: TFieldIdEnum]) It's hard to tell why this would be case, without seeing the signatures of the serialize methods and the TBase class. I can only speculate that the java wildcards brings the constraint already defined somewhere else, while the scala existencials doesn't, requiring that you state than explicitly. Also, don't use the return keyword. It doesn't do what you think it does.

Categories : Java

Type Mismatch Run Time Error '13'
You can't compare a range with a specific value.. You could take each cell inside a 'For Each xxx In Range.Cells...Next' statement to proceed to the comparison for each value inside the range, but note that each cell is compared individually, in turn. This code should work this way: Sub zo() If [e19].Value + [g19].Value = [c19].Value Then [l19].Value = "Yes" ElseIf [e19].Value = "N/A" Then [l19].Value = "N/A" Else For Each cell In Range("i18:i21, l18") If cell.Value = "{a}" Then [l19].Value = "{b}" End If Next End If End Sub

Categories : Vba

Type mismatch when returning an array
Short answer: Your Dim testArray() creates an abomination - a fixed array of no size that VBScript can't handle properly (just try to take its UBound()). Your script will work, if you delete those (). Beginning of a long answer: Look at this sample code: Option Explicit Dim aDyn : aDyn = Split("Xylophone Elephant Ferret Ape Weasel") WScript.Echo 0, " aDyn:", Join(aDyn) Dim aDynCpy : aDynCpy = getSortedArray(aDyn) WScript.Echo 1, "aDynCpy:", Join(aDynCpy) WScript.Echo 2, " aDyn:", Join(aDyn) Dim aFix(4) ' we want an optimized/non-growable fixed array Dim i For i = 0 To UBound(aFix) aFix(i) = aDyn(i) Next WScript.Echo 3, " aFix:", Join(aFix) SortArray aFix ' sort in place/reserved memory WScript.Echo 4, " aFix:", Join(aFix) aDynCpy = aDyn ' DYN: no problem WScript.Echo 5, "a

Categories : Arrays

VBA Run Time Error 13: Type Mismatch
Your code is long and it's hard to identify issues there without having the full code. First of all I'd try to siplify your code. Take a look at below and see if it helps. Arrays are used. If you are not familiar with them, look them up in google. Sub replace_strings() Dim ArrayCh() As Variant Dim ArrayChTo() As Variant Dim i As Integer ArrayCh = Array("IPMC-301.4 Emergency Phone Contact", "IPMC-302.3 Sidewalks") ' strings to change ArrayChTo = Array("blah", "blah blah") ' strings to change to For i = LBound(ArrayCh) To UBound(ArrayCh) With ActiveSheet.Column(7 + i) 'G column where you start from in you code '+i - given in Arrays the frist index is 0 'then it will add 1,2,3... as we loop the array .R

Categories : Excel

Type Mismatch error on WAIT?
There definitely is no Wait() sub or function in VBScript; as this question indicates, this holds for QTP too. As to the error: a missing sub/function throws a type mismatch: >> nosuchsub >> Error Number: 13 Error Description: Type mismatch (If this consoles you, I don't like it neither.)

Categories : Vbscript

Excel VBA Type mismatch error
The following: For Each i In Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("C2:C4503") ... Next i iterates through the cells in the specified range; i is a Range object representing the current cell. You are using it as in integer index in the following line: Set first_cell = Worksheets("Sheet1").Cells(i, 3) Hence the Type Mismatch.

Categories : Excel

Grails rejected value, type mismatch
fromCurrency is of type Currency but you would be setting a string value from params. validThru is unparseable because the format is Mon JUl 15 00:00:00 ICT 2013 and you are expecting it to be dd/MM/yyyy. Steps to recover:- Follow @James Kleeh. Verify fromCurrency to be of type Currency once set. Match the date format for validThru. Make sure validThru is set in params as dd/MM/yyyy.

Categories : Grails

Scala really weird Type Mismatch
You already have type parameter A on the original 'dropWhile' which is scoping the type of f. However, you then introduce a second type parameter on the inner def which shadows the outer definition of A and scopes the type of the XList. So the problem is that the A are not the same type! If you remove the shadowed type, it all works (few other changes made to get your code to compile): def dropWhile[A](l: XList[A])(f: A => Boolean): XList[A] = { def dropWhile(toCheck: XList[A], toKeep: XList[A]) : XList[A] = toCheck match { case XNil => toKeep case Cons(h, t) if f(h) == false => dropWhile(t, Cons(h, toKeep)) case Cons(_, Cons(t1, t2)) => dropWhile(Cons(t1, t2), toKeep) } dropWhile(l, XNil) }

Categories : Scala

ActiveRecord Association Type Mismatch
I'll take a stab and say you're doing this in your controller: member.carrier = params[:carrier] But params[:carrier] is a string, which contains the carrier.name. What you'd do is first assign an id along with your options in the select: options_for_select([["Select One", ""], *Carrier.all.map{ |c| [c.name, c.id] }) In your controller you would check if carrier is set, and if so, find it based on the id and assign to the association: member.carrier = Carrier.find(params[:carrier]) unless params[:carrier].blank? or.. if params[:carrier].present? member.carrier = Carrier.find(params[:carrier]) end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Type mismatch when comparing an NSUInteger to 0
Have you tried 0uL? NSUInteger is unsigned long.

Categories : Objective C

Type mismatch Error VBScript
Space is missing after a.run http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/d5fk67ky%28v=vs.84%29.aspx Folder and filename are not two seperate parameters. a.run "C:Users\%username%Desktop" & b However, path and filename might contain spaces, so you should always quote them (quotes inside strings are written as two quotes) a.run """C:Users\%username%Desktop" & b & """"

Categories : Vbscript



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