The problem we faced is that we can't get the weather file for the following coordinates ; longitude = -111.9728826 and latitude = 33.7418135 .
We added a print statement to see what's causing the error ( the print added is at line 503)
We got a 404 response with the following details :
<li>Message: The specified key does not exist.</li>
Notice that the Key contains 2 decimal places only values of the longitude and latitude, but in our case it's returning the error.
However, when we truncate those values to 2 decimal places on our own ( -111.97, 33.74), we get the file correctly.
I wanted to follow back up on this issue because our team is still seeing similar behavior to what Wael described on 9/16. What Wael described was initially resolved by truncating the values so we only send 2 decimal places. However, we continue to run into similar scenarios. It’s important to note that we are getting the weather files by using the pysam.resourcetools.
Scenario which occurred Oct 14, 2021 11:56:38 PM UTC· We provided the lat = 38.0719145 and lon = -78.8858964 and received back a 404 error· Then we tried sending lat = 38.07 and lon = -78.88 and received back a 404 error· Next we tried lat = 38.071 and lon = -78.885 and it succeededWe are a little stumped as to why we continue to see these error messages and then they seem to be resolved when we send a different number of decimals. What additional information can we provide to assist in debugging this?[font=Times New Roman, serif][/font]