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Error : export flow graph (10.0.2 on ubuntu)

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Jurre
Neuron
Neuron
Error : export flow graph (10.0.2 on ubuntu)

Hi,

I'm getting an error when trying to export a flow graph, see attached screenshot.  Happens with all formats, possibly because i need to upgrade ? -worksystems, sadly not my responsibility 😞

details :  version 10.0.2 on Ubuntu (18.04), Java Ubuntu (11.0.14.1)

Not vital but still a nice function to get some management-awareness (and something nice to paper the room with)

cheers!

Jurre

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sergeyd
Dataiker
Dataiker

Hi @Jurre 

This might be the case you had graphics export running fine before but recently you had a DSS upgrade. npm modules are loaded into the install_dir so if you had upgraded, the new install_dir is used now.

Please make sure you (re-)run an install-graphics-export script from the dssadmin utility:

https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/installation/custom/graphics-export.html#install

 

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sergeyd
Dataiker
Dataiker

Hi @Jurre 

This might be the case you had graphics export running fine before but recently you had a DSS upgrade. npm modules are loaded into the install_dir so if you had upgraded, the new install_dir is used now.

Please make sure you (re-)run an install-graphics-export script from the dssadmin utility:

https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/installation/custom/graphics-export.html#install

 

Jurre
Neuron
Neuron
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You guys (and grrls and ++) never stop to amaze me do you 🙂

I'll have sysadmin do the rerunning first thing in the morning, thanx for your help @sergeyd  !

Jurre
Neuron
Neuron
Author

although not yet resolved i'll accept @sergeyd 's hint as the solution;  when i started using Dataiku it was not possible to export dashboards, sysadmin had to enable it as mentioned here. Pretty sure that the proposed rerun solves it. 

As soon as i have some spare time i'll start a topic "Flow Art" as -especially with migrations- flows can become quite spectacular