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All Topics | Topic "database errors"
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Mrs. maryam mohammadpour

Subject: database errors   
Posted: 6/25/2018 Viewed: 106 times
hello
I am maryam, a WEAP user. I have a question;
When I open WEAP appear the error message” Internal database consistency errors found and corrected. Please check the Schematic for missing objects, and the Data View for missing data, and re-create as necessary. Removing orphaned data records from previously deleted scenario (ScenarioID = 1). All other data should be fine.”.
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: database errors   
Posted: 6/25/2018 Viewed: 104 times
I am not sure what your question is.

WEAP is continually monitoring its data files for errors. If it detects a problem, it will automatically repair the database. This message you received indicates that errors were found and fixed, and that you should examine the Schematic and the Data Tree to determine if any data was lost. (Each WEAP area has its own database -- any errors found are confined to a single WEAP area.)

Jack
Mrs. maryam mohammadpour

Subject: Re: database errors   
Posted: 6/26/2018 Viewed: 99 times
hi Jack,
I'm confused about this problem. when I examine the Schematic and the Data Tree, i saw that there were no data. all of my data was lost. WEAP can not recognized the river, and all of other data was lost.
when I open any branches of Data Tree, select catchment method window appeared. also there is no years and time step in my project and all of my scenarios were lost.

Maryam
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: database errors   
Posted: 6/26/2018 Viewed: 92 times
You should revert to the previous version of your dataset. From the Main Menu, go to Area, Revert to Version, then choose a version to restore. If the most recent version does not work, choose the second most recent.

Jack
Topic "database errors"