Stand alone builds and data grids

Alex Adams alex at
Tue Dec 1 10:29:42 EST 2009

Trevor, Terry, and everyone who contributed,

I read the instructions Trevor.  Everyone was on track as to what was
missing, but the tricks for including the revDataGridLibrary in the build
automatically do not work, so I added the stack manually and put the start
using line in the openStack handler of the splash stack and everything
appears to be fine.

I suspect that your suggestions for getting rev to include the library
didn't work because all my stacks are sub stacks of the splash stack at the
time of build expect LibUUID, qrtReportsLib, and revDataGridLibrary.  The
build process splits them off.  So at the time of build the templates stack
is already a sub stack of the splash stack.

Anyway, all is good now.

Alex Adams

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alex at

> From: Trevor DeVore <lists at>
> Reply-To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at>
> Date: Tue, 1 Dec 2009 08:44:56 -0500
> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at>
> Subject: Re: Stand alone builds and data grids
> On Nov 30, 2009, at 7:30 PM, Alex Adams wrote:
>> I do have a splash stack. The openStack code looks like this (with the
>> exception of the Quartam Reports serial number.
> The instructions in the following lesson explain how to get the Data
> Grid to work with a splash stack.
> What Do I Need to Do To Deploy a Standalone With A Data Grid?:
> <
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