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Using Haystack Haystack-Related Applications Debugging Haystack "No module named haystack." "No results found." (On searchqueryset the web page) "LockError: [Errno 17] File exists: ‘/path/to/whoosh_index/_MAIN_LOCK'" haystack update index "Failed to add documents to Solr: [Reason: None]" "Got an unexpected keyword argument

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Indexes Rich Content Extraction Spatial Search SearchQuerySet API SearchIndex API Input Types SearchField API SearchResult API SearchQuery API SearchBackend API Running Tests Creating New Backends Utilities Haystack Docs » Welcome to Haystack! » Debugging Haystack Edit on haystack elasticsearch GitHub Debugging Haystack¶ There are some common problems people run into when using Haystack for the first time. Some of the common problems and things to try appear below. Note As a general suggestion, your best friend when debugging an issue is to use the pdb library included with Python. By dropping a import pdb; pdb.set_trace() in your code before the issue occurs, you can step through and examine variable/logic as you progress through. Make sure you don't commit those pdb lines though. "No module named haystack."¶ This problem usually occurs when first adding Haystack to your project. Are you using the haystack directory within your django-haystack checkout/install? Is the haystack directory on your PYTHONPATH? Alternatively, is haystac

Note As a general suggestion, your best friend when debugging an issue is to use the pdb library included with Python. By dropping a import pdb; pdb.set_trace() in your code before the issue

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occurs, you can step through and examine variable/logic as you progress through. Make sure you don't commit those pdb lines though. "No module named haystack."¶ This problem usually occurs when first adding Haystack to your project. Are you using the haystack directory within your django-haystack checkout/install? Is the haystack directory on your PYTHONPATH? Alternatively, is haystack symlinked into your project? Start a Django shell (./manage.py shell) and try import haystack. http://django-haystack.readthedocs.org/en/v2.4.1/debugging.html You may receive a different, more descriptive error message. Double-check to ensure you have no circular imports. (i.e. module A tries importing from module B which is trying to import from module A.) "No results found." (On the web page)¶ Several issues can cause no results to be found. Most commonly it is either not running a rebuild_index to populate your index or having a blank document=True field, resulting in http://django-haystack.readthedocs.io/en/v1.1/debugging.html no content for the engine to search on. Do you have a search_sites.py that runs haystack.autodiscover? Have you registered your models with the main haystack.site (usually within your search_indexes.py)? Do you have data in your database? Have you run a ./manage.py rebuild_index to index all of your content? Start a Django shell (./manage.py shell) and try: >>> from haystack.query import SearchQuerySet >>> sqs = SearchQuerySet().all() >>> sqs.count() You should get back an integer > 0. If not, check the above and reindex. >>> sqs[0] # Should get back a SearchResult object. >>> sqs[0].id # Should get something back like 'myapp.mymodel.1'. >>> sqs[0].text # ... or whatever your document=True field is. If you get back either u'' or None, it means that your data isn't making it into the main field that gets searched. You need to check that the field either has a template that uses the model data, a model_attr that pulls data directly from the model or a prepare/prepare_FOO method that populates the data at index time. Check the template for your search page and ensure it is looping over the results properly. Also ensure that it's either accessing valid fields coming back from the search engine or that it's trying to access the associated model vi

rebuilt my cache after adding my site, equip and point tags. When I try to connect to the URI via http://project-haystack.org/forum/topic/304 http:///haystack, I get the following error: 500: Internal Server Error workbench:DefaultWbWebProfile I have seen this on other stations I have configured the exact same way, and after I initialized haystack I was able to access the page without issue. I have attempted to initialize haystack here to no haystack of avail. Anybody have any thoughts on what is causing this? Mike Jarmy Mon 20 Jul 2015 Can you post the server-side stack trace that goes along with this error? David Unger Mon 22 Feb Been awhile since I had this issue. But it just resurfaced. Here is the Stack Trace: ERROR haystack of error [16:25:06 22-Feb-16 EST][web] Internal Server Error javax.baja.sys.TypeNotFoundException: workbench:BasicWbWebProfile at com.tridium.sys.module.NModule.getType(NModule.java) at javax.baja.util.BTypeSpec.getResolvedType(BTypeSpec.java) at javax.baja.util.BTypeSpec.getInstance(BTypeSpec.java) at javax.baja.util.BTypeConfig.make(BTypeConfig.java) at javax.baja.web.BDefaultClientEnvironment.doGetWebEnv(BDefaultClientEnvironment.java) at javax.baja.web.BClientEnvironment.getWebEnv(BClientEnvironment.java) at javax.baja.web.BClientEnvironments.getWebEnv(BClientEnvironments.java) at javax.baja.web.BWebService.getWebEnv(BWebService.java) at com.tridium.web.WebEnv.make(WebEnv.java) at javax.baja.web.WebOp.initWebEnv(WebOp.java) at com.tridium.web.WebProcess.toWebEnv(WebProcess.java) at com.tridium.web.WebProcess.service(WebProcess.java) at com.tridium.web.SysServlet.service(SysServlet.java) at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java) at com.tridium.httpd.ServiceThread.handleRequest(ServiceThread.java) at com.tridium.httpd.ServiceThread.run(ServiceThread.java) Richard McElhinney Tue 23 Feb Hi David, I don't see any mention of the nhaystack module in this stack trace. Is there any other information you can share on the station. Does this error occur consistently, or is it intermittent? I assume it's not possible, but if you remove the NHaystackService from the station does it remove the exception? Is there any noticeable side effect from the error? Regards, Richard Shawn Jacobson Tue 23 Feb This is likely an issue with the initial commissioning of the controller. This error usually occurs when the controller is commissioned for runtime only (rt) and not runtime+ui. If ui is not included during c

 
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