There are a few things you can do to troubleshoot Snowpark errors:
- Check the error message: The error message will usually provide some clues as to what went wrong. For example, the error message might tell you that you are trying to access a column that does not exist or that you are trying to perform an operation that is not supported.
- Look at the stack trace: The stack trace will show you the call stack that led to the error. This can be helpful in identifying the source of the error.
- Check the documentation: The Snowpark documentation is a great resource for troubleshooting errors. The documentation includes a list of common errors and their causes.
- Search for help online: There are a number of online forums and communities where you can ask for help with Snowpark errors. You can also search for help online using a search engine.
- Contact Snowpark support: If you are still unable to troubleshoot the error, you can contact Snowpark support for help.
Here are some additional tips for troubleshooting Snowpark errors:
- Make sure you are using the latest version of Snowpark: Snowpark is constantly being updated with bug fixes and new features. Make sure you are using the latest version to get the most up-to-date fixes.
- Use a debugger: A debugger can be a great help in troubleshooting errors. A debugger allows you to step through your code line by line and see what is happening at each step.
- Create a minimal reproducible example: If you can create a minimal reproducible example of the error, it will be much easier for others to help you troubleshoot the problem. A minimal reproducible example is a small piece of code that can be run to reproduce the error.
I hope this helps!