Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2003 12:48:38 +0200
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From: Arjen Raateland <arjen.raateland@YMPARISTO.FI>
Organization: Suomen ympäristökeskus
Subject: Re: _setViewerAttribute parameters?
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The problem is mainly solved. Just in time for the weekend ;-)
It turned out that no model SCL was executed on the other user's
machine. The ModelSCLEntry attribute of the SAS Data set Model in the
frame contained a four level name pointing to the development library
that other users cannot access. The name needed to contain only the
entry name and the type as the entry resides in the same library and
catalog as the frame.
The four level name must have been set using the browse function in the
ModelSCLEntry value field. Something to remember!
There were no run-time error messages about an SCL file missing, which
is why it took me so long to find the cause of the problem.
The part of the problem that remains is the fact that the REVERSE
(video) attribute as in
does not seem to have any effect. Fortunately I don't really need this
highlighting effect in this case, I only added it when the other ones
(FCOLOR and BCOLOR) didn't appear work on the other user's workstation,
but I'd still like to have more accurate documentation for
Thanks to Richard DeVenezia for providing help and support.
Finnish Environment Institute SYKE
phone +358 9 4030 0350