I created simple model (single zone) to run through Pollination workflow. I’m getting stuck on the last step i.e. sending recipe to Pollination w/ “Pollinate” component. I have recorded the runs I’d like to iterate through and connected them to the component but I encountered this runtime error, "Object reference not set to instance of object."
After running in demo folder, I was not able to reload results into Grasshopper. However, I was able to load results from AEC workshop in November. Any ideas on why I cannot load the recent results? I am able to see the job on Pollination cloud and even view the Visualizations.
A private project shouldn’t be a problem, as we are still under beta testing, and you can have unlimited private projects if I remember correctly.
I am able to load your job back to Grasshopper. When you say it is not loading the job, what was the error message? From your screenshot, it seems the job’s status is “Created” after 1 hour and 40 mins waiting. This might be an issue that our server failed to update this job’s status. Maybe @antoinedao could be able to provide more details. But when I check this job, it has been completed.
Thank you for the response and providing the example snip. The issue was that while I could see the job was completed on Pollination web page (e.g., same link you provided), the “run” from “Check Job Status” component was not loading into grasshopper canvas. However, when I went back to test again this morning, I see “Completed: [05:08 ”. The “” is new today, this was not present yesterday. I am now able to load into grasshopper per your workflow that you shared in snip.
I’m not sure what changed between yesterday and today to enable loading the file into grasshoper.
I tested multiple times yesterday and was unable to run recipe to private job. However, today it worked.
After the job has successfully run, how do I navigate to private job location and so I can load results? I tried search and advanced search and don’t see how I can change location to victorbrac/explorationgrant.