Failure 3812 the positional assignment list has too few values

Failure 3812 the positional assignment list has too few values

This error occurs if you specify a constraint in the Constraints tab that is based on a different table than the one that the interface definition is based upon, and you are using the ‘Export to database’ option.

See the SQL documentation on the CALL statement, for more details. Specify the table name or view name where the column exists and resubmit the request. This error description is found in the Teradata Messages manual. This error occurs in the INSERT statement. Correct the EXECUTE statement to give a value to the named parameter and resubmit the request. This error occurs on the INSERT statement.

The list of values specified by the INSERT statement is shorter than the list of columns in the table. They need to match.

If you are using BTEQ your can write: Carefully count the number of columns you have defined in the table you are inserting to, as well as the number of? This field serves a diagnostic purpose for support and development personnel. Correct the EXECUTE statement to give values for the parameters and resubmit the request.

The list of values specified by the INSERT statement is shorter than the list of columns in the table. Harris, Tim This error “The positional assignment list has too many values”, and the similar error “The positional assignment list has too few values” are easy to cause when using so many columns I’ve done it before. Why would the code below generate this error: Depending on whether you are using ODBC, JDBC CLIv2 will determine how you set up the out parameter specifications.

Visit Codedose and request more information. If you are using BTEQ your can write: Teradata code The positional assignment list has too few values. This error occurs on EXECUTE statement. Hope this was helpful. RES and OPT modules. Teradata error The positional assignment list has too few values.

This is my first proc so I’m just trying to get the syntax down. This text is usually returned with the message number. The macro specified did not take parameters, and the EXECUTE statement specified some parameters. Remove the value list from the EXECUTE statement and resubmit the request. Search Problem Notes Problem Note Correct the INSERT statement to have a position value or comma for each column in the table. Correct the EXECUTE statement to include the correct number of values and resubmit the request.

The parameter specified has a NOT NULL value, and the EXECUTE statement did not give the parameter a value.

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