Can anybody HELP !!
dave at looktowindward.com
Tue Jan 20 07:17:42 EST 2009
On 20 Jan 2009, at 08:38, <camm29 at tesco.net> <camm29 at tesco.net> wrote:
> Sorry , we can all make mistakes , I missed the ANSWER bit !
> The problem ONLY happens when ANSWER is used in the script AND a
> password is set in the Standalone settings.
> Everything works fine in IDE
> I corrected some minor script errors as suggested which made no
> Any script I use with ANSWER and PASSWORD SET in Standalone builds
> 100% in older versions of Rev and always have.
> The same scripts ONLY fail to build in REV 3.0 on several different
> It does happen ! hopefully someone understands Rev enough to find
> the solution.
Have you tried resetting the Standalone Settings and then setting the
password from another stack instead of the standalone settings.
Also do you have a complex preOpenStack or preOpenCard handlers?
Specially ones that send messages to other objects? If so I have
known this to cause problems that are very difficult to track down.
If this is the case in your application, you could try moving the
code to the openStack/openCard handler.
> ---- "J. Landman Gay" <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
>> Colin Holgate wrote:
>>> I just read over the previous messages in this thread (harder to
>>> do than
>>> you would think, if you've already deleted the messages!).
>>> There's one
>>> point of confusion that might be worth asking about. In the original
>>> message 'camm' said that the problem only happened when setting a
>>> password in the standalone settings, but then in the next message
>>> corrected that to say the problem only happens in "ANSWER" is
>>> used in
>>> the script.
>>> So which of those two is it? Most of the replies gave advice
>>> based on it
>>> being to do with having a password. It would be very hard to
>>> the problem if you are doing the wrong steps.
>> Both. If any script in the stack uses the "answer" command and a
>> password has been set in the standalone builder, on Camm's
>> machines the
>> standalone will fail. What I think may be happening is some sort of
>> conflict that prevents the answer dialog from appearing, but since
>> it is
>> a standalone, the failure is silent.
>> The sample stack he sent to the support queue had some very
>> script messaging. I wondered if that was the cause and suggested some
>> simplification techniques, but I didn't hear back about that.
>> At any rate, even with the existing scripts, I was able to build
>> and use
>> his sample standalone normally, even after adding a password to
>> the SB.
>> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
>> HyperActive Software | http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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