Error 207 - A phantom element must have a zero value

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Error 207 - A phantom element must have a zero value

Post by prometheus_of_texas » 5 months ago

When reading an data from a .csv file, I received Error 207 .Could you please explain to me what this error means and how I could resolve it?

I added the code below I used to read the data.

Table H(o,k) 'demand volume'
$ondelim
$include Order_SKU_demand.csv
$offdelim;
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Re: Error 207 - A phantom element must have a zero value

Post by Fred » 5 months ago

Hi,

The forum rules provide good hints on how to formulate a question to increase the chance to get help (app.php/rules).
Please elaborate how you read the data from csv and provide an example that allows other forum users to reproduce the issue.

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Re: Error 207 - A phantom element must have a zero value

Post by Fred » 5 months ago

Still, even after you edited your initial post, this is not a reproducible example! Please provide code that runs and the csv file.
Fred

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Re: Error 207 - A phantom element must have a zero value

Post by tonanto » 1 week ago

unfortunately i have some issues like this. i will follow this post :)
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Re: Error 207 - A phantom element must have a zero value

Post by Renger » 1 week ago

Hi Tonanto
The last reply was 2 years ago, so it would be better to post your problem instead of relying on a continuation of this post.
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