In this case I don't think it's as much that the modules aren't being
found, rather that the datetime module in Jython returns
java.sql.Timestamp (Java) objects, rather than Jython/Python datetime
objects, and the former do not support the methods/attributes of the
latter, including timetuple(). Apparently  this change was made
around Jython 2.5, and NiFi uses 2.7.1.
Looks like you'll need to write your own timetuple() function, using
the java.sql.Timestamp  and related APIs.
On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 11:58 AM, James McMahon <jsmcmah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Good afternoon. I havd a python script that I can execute from the command
> line via my python interpreter. In it, I do this
> myTime = time.mktime(myDateTime.timetuple())
> When I try to run from my ExecuteScript processor in NiFi, this is not
> recognized. This error gets thrown:
> 'java.sql.Timestamp' object has no attribute 'timetuple' in <script>
> Why would the available python modules not be found in the ExecuteScript yet
> are found outside NiFi?
> Thanks very much. -Jim