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EQS Custom Test not working

Hi, I am writing a custom test fo filter out an actor of a particular type. I have added the AIModule and the EQS generator i am using is the generate Actors around Context. The output log gives the following warning : LogEQS:Warning: Query [FindTargetSoldier] can't use test [FindAttackingSoldierTest_0] in option 0 [], removing it

The code:

FindTargetSoldier.h #pragma once

 #include "EnvironmentQuery/EnvQueryTest.h"
 #include "FindAttackingSoldierTest.generated.h"
 class CHILDNOMORE_API UFindAttackingSoldierTest : public UEnvQueryTest
         UPROPERTY(EditDefaultsOnly, Category = Trace)
         TSubclassOf<UEnvQueryContext> Context;
         virtual void RunTest(FEnvQueryInstance& QueryInstance) const override;
         virtual FText GetDescriptionTitle() const override;
         virtual FText GetDescriptionDetails() const override;
         virtual void PostLoad() override;


 #include "ChildNoMore.h"
 #include "FindAttackingSoldierTest.h"
 #include "Engine.h"
 void UFindAttackingSoldierTest::RunTest(FEnvQueryInstance& QueryInstance) const
     //Now go thrui the queries
     UE_LOG(YourLog, Warning, TEXT("RINNONG TEST"));
     GEngine->AddOnScreenDebugMessage(-1, 3.0f, FColor::White, FString("TESTING!!!!"));
     float MinThresholdValue = FloatValueMin.GetValue();
     float MaxThresholdValue = FloatValueMax.GetValue();
     TArray<AActor*> ActorsInQuery;
     TArray<FVector> ContextLocations;
     if (!QueryInstance.PrepareContext(Context, ContextLocations))
         GEngine->AddOnScreenDebugMessage(-1, 3.0f, FColor::White, FString("TESTING!!!!"));
     for (FEnvQueryInstance::ItemIterator It(this, QueryInstance); It; ++It)
         if (Cast<ASoldierCharacter>(GetItemActor(QueryInstance,*It)))
             It.SetScore(TestPurpose, FilterType, 0.75f, MinThresholdValue, MaxThresholdValue);
         GEngine->AddOnScreenDebugMessage(-1, 3.0f, FColor::White, FString("TESTING!!!!"));
 FText UFindAttackingSoldierTest::GetDescriptionTitle() const
     return FText::FromString(FString("FIND SOLDIER"));
 FText UFindAttackingSoldierTest::GetDescriptionDetails() const
     return FText::FromString("SOldier test");
 void UFindAttackingSoldierTest::PostLoad()

Product Version: UE 4.10
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asked Apr 12 '16 at 02:39 PM in C++ Programming

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 UEnvQueryTest* TestOb = SortedTests[TestIndex];
 if (TestOb == NULL || !TestOb->IsSupportedItem(GeneratedType))
     UE_LOG(LogEQS, Warning, TEXT("Query [%s] can't use test [%s] in option %d [%s], removing it"),
         *GetNameSafe(LocalTemplate), *GetNameSafe(TestOb), OptionIndex, *MyOption->Generator->OptionName);
     SortedTests.RemoveAt(TestIndex, 1, false);

Where (for distance example): GeneratedType = {Class=0x0000000002dd1080 (Name=0x0000000002fa69f0 "EnvQueryItemType_Point") }

What type of generator you are using?

See in your test:

 /** Validation: item type that can be used with this test */
     TSubclassOf<UEnvQueryItemType> ValidItemType;

From distance test:

 UEnvQueryTest_Distance::UEnvQueryTest_Distance(const FObjectInitializer& ObjectInitializer) : Super(ObjectInitializer)
     ValidItemType = UEnvQueryItemType_VectorBase::StaticClass();
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answered Apr 18 '16 at 05:45 AM

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This solved my problem! Just needed to include #include "EnvironmentQuery/Items/EnvQueryItemType_VectorBase.h" at the top of the .cpp file. Thanks

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