[Monetdb-developers] Mapi and locality

Stefan Manegold Stefan.Manegold at cwi.nl
Sun Nov 26 17:56:15 CET 2006


Sandor,

how did and does your server-side script look like?
In particular, in which order do you 
 - load module mapi
 - declare the PROCs
 - start the listener (mapi_start() / mil_start())
?

Stefan

On Sun, Nov 26, 2006 at 05:42:40PM +0100, Sándor Héman wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have a problem with Mapi which did not seem to occur in previous  
> releases of MonetDB (<4.15).
> In the past, I could start an Mserver with a mil script that declared  
> some PROCs, and then let
> this Mserver accept Mapi connections, with the Mapi clients being  
> able to call the functions that
> were declared in the server-side startup script. However, since the  
> latest release, the server-side
> PROCs seem to be invisible to the client:
> 
> MAPI  = monetdb at kanda:50012
> QUERY = template_conj_2(1, bat(void, lng).seqbase(0 at 0).append(lng 
> (5394205300074141533)).append(lng(3189196963433190955)));
> ERROR = !ERROR: interpret: no matching MIL operator to  
> 'template_conj_2(int, BAT[oid,lng])'.
> 
> If I execute exactly the same call in the server-side console, it  
> just works...
> 
> Any ideas on this? And whether there is an easy fix?
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Sandor
> 
> 
> 
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