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Glue constraint warning - "Required data Glue not found or the wrong type."

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Hi there!

I've tried to wrap my head around why this isnt working. Would like some eyes on it as it's not clear as to what I am doing wrong. Following a destruction tutorial and noticing my glue constraints are not showing up.

Here is my packed fragments with proper names on the points:

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Next step I unpacked, promoted the names from point to primitive and I can see the constraints with correct primitive attributes:

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In my Dop network, I have the Constraint Network pointing to the correct sop path and insterted the correct data name on the Glue Network Relationship node. I see a warning saying "Required data Glue not found or the wrong type":

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Any ideas? I am using Houdini 17.5

Thanks!

Edited by hotdoggyurkeyam
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Looks like you're missing the constraint_type attribute. Try this in a primitive wrangle:

s@constraint_type = "all";

 

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Posted (edited)

Hi Sean-R,

Thanks for the tip. Unfortunately, the result is still the same. I added

s@constraint_type = "all";

 it to my attribute wrangle:

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And I can see the attributes in the spreadsheet:

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And no luck:

 

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Edited by hotdoggyurkeyam

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Weird, after fiddling around and not getting anywhere. I went ahead and recreated my DOP network. And now it works! No idea why:

 

 

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Huh, strang. At least it sorted itself out!

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Posted (edited)

Sometimes I have the same behaviour in gluenetworks. The once solution I found ist to recreate the gluenodes. Would be interesting to know whats going on...

Edited by Follyx

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