#379 [0.3.0_pre1] <stock screener bug>

closed-fixed
5
2007-12-09
2007-11-11
Anonymous
No

<describe how to reproduce error>

Message: Unable to download quotes for 'ABIX'
Reason: Yahoo! Finance does not have any information on this symbol.
File: cachedquoteprovider.cc
Line: 221
Function: virtual void libaqe::realtime_cached_quote_source::get_quote2(const std::string&, const std::string&, rtquote_record&)
Error Type: 30quotes_not_available_exception
Stack Trace:
#1 [0x841b953]
#2 [0x8387416]
#3 [0x8371c71]
#4 [0x81b3a94]
#5 [0x80ff04d]
#6 [0x8385f61]
#7 [0x82af923]
#8 [0x82be095]
#9 [0x82c7179]
#10 [0x848944e]
#11 [0x848c47c]
#12 [0x84d8ce9]
#13 [0x8499868]
#14 [0x83bfb89]
#15 [0x83c48c5]
#16 [0x8149b44]
#17 [0x87d4240]
#18 [0x80481a1]

Parameters: 1wkpref=0
1yrpref=0
3mnpref=0
3yrpref=0
52wk_high_high=0
52wk_high_low=0
52wk_low_high=0
52wk_low_low=0
action=display
adx_daily=0
adx_periods=14
adx_weekly=0
book_high=0
book_low=0
daterange=1
div_high=0
div_low=0
eps_est_grow=0
eps_grow=0
eps_high=0
eps_low=0
exchange=3
mcap_high=0
mcap_low=0
opptype=bull
pattern=pattern:key_reversal_rule
pe_high=0
pe_low=0
period=daily
price_high=0
price_low=0
process=stock-screener
vol_high=0
vol_low=0

Version: 0.3.0_pre1
Language: en
Crypto: libmhash
TA-lib Version: < 0.2.0
Compression: enabled
SQL Support: disabled
OS: Linux 2.6.22-14-generic
Bit Size: 32 bits
Server: Apache/2.2.4 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.2.3-1ubuntu6
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.8.1.8) Gecko/20071022 Ubuntu/7.10 (gutsy) Firefox/2.0.0.8
Contact: teuffy@yahoo.com

Discussion

  • Michael Williamson

    • labels: --> Stock Screener
    • milestone: --> Version 0.3.0 Pre-Release
    • assigned_to: nobody --> mwilliamson
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Michael Williamson

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    I found the problem with this. It is crashing when there are symbols that aren't valid.

     

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