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Dataset udate issue in browser

when i refreshed dataset in desktop version, it does work.

but in browser, there is some conflict in dataset.

is there any way to fix this problem ?


+ uncheck "unsing parallel query" is complete





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Few things can be checked

- Is your ODBC driver a "System DSN" or "User DSN" ? This should be System DSN


You are getting error -2147467259 which is 

-2147467259 Error ODBC Microsoft Access Driver: The database has been placed in a state by an unknown user that prevents it from being opened or locked

PRB: Error -2147467259 When You Try to Open the Same MDB File from Multiple Instances - Microsoft Su...


Then you have Presto error  Query failed (): Too many queued queries for “xxxxxxxxx”

If your queue size was 50 though, you would have 25 running queries, 50 queued queries, and 25 queries would fail with a note about resources being exceeded on the cluster like this:

REf: Presto Resource Groups Practical Notes | Coding Stream of Consciousness (coding-stream-of-consciousn...

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thanks for comment !

it has 19 queries in dataset and each has approximately 3,000 row maximum.

even if only different thing is a version (desktop, browser), could it be a matter of queue size?

it does works in desktop version


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