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We have been using the webinterface of the Dashboard to enter data in out database (easier than thru the up). All of a sudden and without doing any changes to. Make a dummy edit in the agent that is calling a Script Library 4. Try to save it and get the error: "Error loading USE or USELSX module" In the error panel. Using rsconnect I have deployed an app to shinyapps.io, however, the app fails to start with my log file showing an error is occurring when. error loading use

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   November 21 2011 06:00:16 AM       Development  Problems  R8.5.3    

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After nearly punching a hole in my computer monitor recently, I learned something that I thought I'd share with all of my readers. (and it's not "don't punch a hole in your computer monitor").

I was working on an application that has a lot of LotusScript code in forms, views, agents, script libraries, and everywhere else. I was trying to update a form but was getting the "error error loading use USE or USELSX" error. Notes couldn't bring in one of the script libraries, error loading use. OK. That's fine. I've seen that before. I commented out the script library and the function calls in the script library so I was able to save my form. I went back in, removed the comments from everything, and got the same error.

OK, error loading use. Corruption in the script library I thought. So I went into the script library, error loading use, added a line to the (Options) section (which will force a recompile) and saved it. Then I went back error loading use the form and got the same error. At this point I'm a bit confused.

I decided to use the Designer action of recompiling all LotusScript. It started pass 1 (building the dependency list) and got hung up - no response, no crash, error loading use, nothing - on that script library. I had to kill Notes. After restarting, I went into the administrator client and ran a fixup and compact on the database. No errors were reported. I went back into designer, error loading use, saved the script library again, but the form still was giving me the same error.

So I tried to recompile all LotusScript again. And again everything hung up on pass 1 on that script library. Argh! Kill Notes and restart again.

Next, Oscam error activating card raduga built a brand new script library. Called it something slightly different than the original (so I wouldn't have duplicates) and copied over all the code from the original to the new one. I tried to include that new script library in the form and got the same error again. Now this is getting really fishy, error loading use.

So I tried to create a brand new form. I included that script library and got the same error. So I tried another script library and everything worked fine. I tried another. Worked fine. Tried another. Got the error again. Hmm. Wait a minute - that last script library is also included in the original script library.

Then I went into that second script library, added a line to the (Options) section, then saved the library. I went back in to my new test form and was able to include that second script library. I then went back to the original script library, added a line to the (Options) section and saved that script library. Went back to my new test form and was able to include the original script library. Went back to the original form and was able to include the original script library. Yea! I can save my form after yelling at my computer for a couple of hours.

So, the moral of the story is that the "Error loading USE or USELSX", when a corrupt script library is involved, could in fact be a corrupt "sub-script library", error loading use. The one that looked to me like it was the problem was only that way because one of the libraries it brings in was corrupt. Fixing the real corrupt library by recompiling it ended up fixing the corruption in the original.

By the way, error loading use, after updating the form, I recompiled all LotusScript again and it ran through as expected. My blood pressure then went back to normal.

 

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Jan-20, error loading use, Version: 1.7-8.0

In addition to reading this guide, we recommend you error loading use the Elasticsearch Template Optimizer to fix problems in your data modeling.

It will analyze your templates to detect issues and improve search performance, error loading use, reduce indexing bottlenecks and optimize storage utilization. The Template Optimizer is free and requires no installation.

This guide will help you check for common problems that cause the log to appear. It’s important to understand the issues related to the log, so to get started, read error loading use general overview on common issues and tips related to the Elasticsearch concepts below. Advanced users might want to skip right to the common problems section in each concept or run the ecdis navtex errors optimizer.

Overview

A plugin is used to enhance the core functionalities of Elasticsearch. Elasticsearch provides some core plugins as a part of their release installation. In addition to those core plugins, it is possible to write your own custom plugins as well. There are several community plugins available on GitHub for various use cases.

Examples

Get all of the instructions for the plugin:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin -h

Installing the S3 plugin for storing Elasticsearch snapshots on S3:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install repository-s3

Removing a plugin:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin remove repository-s3

Installing a plugin using the file’s path:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install file:///path/to/plugin.zip

Notes and good things to know

  • Plugins are installed and removed using the elasticsearch-plugin script, which ships as a part of the Elasticsearch installation and can be found inside the bin/ directory of the Elasticsearch installation path.
  • A plugin has to be installed on every node of the cluster and each of the nodes has to be restarted to make the plugin visible.
  • You can also download the plugin manually and then install it using the elasticsearch-plugin install command, providing the file name/path of the plugin’s source file.
  • When a plugin is removed, you will need to restart every Elasticsearch node in order to complete the removal process.

Common issues

  • Managing permission issues during and after plugin installation is the most common problem. If Elasticsearch was installed using the DEB or RPM packages then the plugin has to be installed using the root user. Otherwise you can install the plugin as the user that owns all of the Elasticsearch files.
  • In the case of DEB or RPM package installation, it is important to check the permissions of the plugins directory after you install it. You can update the permission if it has been modified using the following command:
chown -R elasticsearch:elasticsearch path_to_plugin_directory
  • If your Elasticsearch nodes are running in a private subnet without internet access, you cannot install a plugin directly. In this case, you can simply download the plugins and copy the files inside the plugins directory of the Elasticsearch installation path on every node. The node has to be restarted in this case as well.

Overview

A template in Elasticsearch falls into one of the two following categories and is indexed inside Elasticsearch using its dedicated endpoint: 

  1. Index templates, which are a way to define a set of rules including index settings, mappings and an index pattern. The template is applied automatically whenever a new index is created with the matching pattern. Templates are also used to dynamically apply custom mapping for the fields which are not predefined inside existing mapping.
  2. Search templates, which help in defining templates for search queries using mustache scripting language. These templates act as a placeholder for variables defined inside the search queries.

Examples

Create a dynamic index template

PUT /_template/template_1?pretty { "index_patterns": [ "logs*", "api*" ], "settings": { "number_of_shards": 2 }, "mappings": { "dynamic_templates": [ { "strings": { "match_mapping_type": "string", "mapping": { "type": "keyword" error loading use } } } ], "properties": { "host_name": { "type": "keyword" }, "created_at": { "type": "date" } } } }

Create a search template

POST /_scripts/search_template_1?pretty { "script": { "lang": "mustache", "source": { "query": { "match": { "description": "{{query_string}}" } } } } }

Executing a search query using search template

GET /_search/template?pretty { "id": "search_template_1", "params": { "query_string": "hello world" } }

The search request will be executed by default on all the indices available in the cluster and can be limited to particular indices using an index parameter.

Notes

  • A dynamic index template is error loading use useful when you do not know the field names in advance and want to control their mapping as per the business use case.

Log Context

Log “Error loading the template for the” classname is MachineLearning.java.
We extracted the following from Elasticsearch source code for those seeking an in-depth context :

.version(Version.CURRENT.id) .putMapping(ElasticsearchMappings.DOC_TYPE; Strings.toString(configMapping)) .build(); templates.put(AnomalyDetectorsIndex.configIndexName(); error loading use } catch (IOException e) { logger.warn("Error loading the template for the " + AnomalyDetectorsIndex.configIndexName() + " index"; e); } try (XContentBuilder stateMapping error loading use ElasticsearchMappings.stateMapping()) { IndexTemplateMetaData stateTemplate = IndexTemplateMetaData.builder(AnomalyDetectorsIndexFields.STATE_INDEX_PREFIX) .patterns(Collections.singletonList(AnomalyDetectorsIndex.jobStateIndexPattern()))

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Overview

A plugin is used to enhance the core functionalities of Elasticsearch, error loading use. Elasticsearch provides some core plugins as a part of their release installation. In addition to those core plugins, it is possible to write your own custom plugins as well. There are several community plugins available on GitHub for various use cases.

Examples

Get all of the instructions for the plugin:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin -h

Installing the S3 plugin for storing Elasticsearch snapshots on S3:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install repository-s3

Removing a plugin:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin remove repository-s3

Installing a plugin using the file’s path:

sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install file:///path/to/plugin.zip

Notes and good things to know

  • Plugins are installed and removed using the elasticsearch-plugin script, which ships as a part of the Elasticsearch installation and can be found inside the bin/ directory of the Elasticsearch installation path.
  • A plugin has to be installed on every node of the cluster and each of the nodes has to be restarted to make the plugin visible.
  • You can also download the plugin manually and then install it using the elasticsearch-plugin install command, providing the file name/path of the plugin’s source file.
  • When a plugin is removed, you will need to restart every Elasticsearch node in order to complete the removal process.

Common issues

  • Managing permission issues during and after plugin installation is the most common problem. If Elasticsearch was installed using the DEB or RPM packages then the plugin has to be installed using the root user. Otherwise you can install the plugin as the user that owns all of the Elasticsearch files.
  • In the case of DEB or RPM package installation, it is important to check the permissions of the plugins directory after you install it. You can update the permission if it has been modified hplip device communication error 5012 linux the error loading use command:
chown -R elasticsearch:elasticsearch path_to_plugin_directory
  • If your Elasticsearch nodes are running in a private subnet without internet access, you cannot c4430 error c++ a plugin directly. In this case, you can simply download the plugins and copy the files inside the plugins directory of the Elasticsearch installation path on every node. The node has to be restarted in this case as well.
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