E.g. Using a query binding and a script transform, if you try to access a field that doesn’t exist, you get a “maximum recursion depth exceeded” error which is bollocks. What would be better would be “key not found” or similar. I spent a little while trying to hunt this down before I realised I just made a typo.
Can you show your full script? That does seem like an odd error to a KeyError. Just curious if there could be something else possibly at play here.
This is a simplified example:
And that alone gives you a StackOverflow error instead of a key error? Wow yea that is certainly an unhelpful error message.
might be a jyhton thing since its outputting a java error for python dicts
Yikes. Good find. This is actually a potential problem in a ton of places.
For fun, all you really need for reproduction:
from com.inductiveautomation.ignition.common import TypeUtilities