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See post belowMy issue centers around an older 8206 fex tha...


robert fuschetto

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See post belowMy issue centers around an older 8206 fex that creates both App Studio HOLD file and an App Studio chartand now trying to split the HOLD file into its own fex and redoing the former app studio chart with Info Assist. For some reason, though it says and seems to show the HOLD files creationany newly created report or chart fex can not find the HOLD file.
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Sothinking there was perhaps some odd codependency on the code that created the hold file and the CHART, both all in one 8206 fexand perhaps a some sort of translation issue in 8027I copied the code ONLY into a new 8207 fex.

It runs without error showing the number of records in the file.

I now see the hold file here:

 

I create a new report using the GUI in a new fex against the hold file:

 

Here is the Code:

TABLE FILE HOLDCOMPS

SUM

HOLDCOMPS.HOLDCOMP.INVCREPD

HEADING

"TEST "

ON TABLE SET PAGE-NUM NOLEAD

ON TABLE SET ASNAMES ON

ON TABLE NOTOTAL

ON TABLE PCHOLD FORMAT HTML

ON TABLE SET HTMLEMBEDIMG ON

ON TABLE SET HTMLCSS ON

ON TABLE SET STYLE *

INCLUDE = IBFS:/EDA/EDASERVE/_EDAHOME/ETC/warm.sty,

$

ENDSTYLE

END

Then Runand I get this message:

 

So its almost like its confused as to where the hold file is when it runsyet found it when I used the GUI to create the report

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UpdateOne would expect a FOCUS file to be available to any externally created report during said session. Well we have determined that the foccache folder is simply NEVER being updated with any HOLD file type at allsuddenly. We build a HOLD file in foccache and it simply never appears. If we redirect to another folderit appears. No idea why. We have opened a case.

I will update as we hear backunless someone has experienced this.

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