Assign throw an error when running in Orch but in Studio not

Hi there,

I’m receiving an Error whilst running in Orch a process, but when I re run it as a developer in Studio, using the same data set everything goes well, what could be happening and how can I solve it?

This is the error I’m receiving.

Raw message: Object
message: Assign filtrar por fechas: Min (7) must be less than or equal to max (-1) in a Range object.

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Hi @mvelasquez,
More details are needed. What kind of variable is this and how it’s declared?

Hello Pawel, it’s a System.Datatable variable, I filter using the .select method. This variable is within a for loop and get replaced with new data every cicle, I’m guessing that through this cicle the variable lose some data because this is not always happening.

It might be. Could I see the part of process where it’s declared? A little bit of part before and after it’s declared so I could understand it better.