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#1 Don Mayer

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Posted 24 September 1999 - 04:56 PM

Has anyone run into this scenario? We are using a valu-variable
in a global logic. But, when you export the functions that
call the global logic as runtime only the value variable doesn't come with it.
Short of making sure the a function accesses the variable at least once, does
anyone have any other ideas?

Thanks,
Don

#2 Dan Shannon

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Posted 25 September 1999 - 01:49 AM

Are you exporting the global logic itself or just the functions? You could try exporting the global logic into the same file as the functions, then importing at the other end with value variable flag set to Y. This should work (in Native at least)

If you're using SuperLayer, there are several bugs that I've seen regarding exporting global logic, so I can't help there!

Hope this helps

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#3 Joseph Serra

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Posted 25 September 1999 - 11:29 AM

This is clearly a 'feature' in 4.6. I have just tried to export a global logic which has value variables in it. And it does not even attempt to export the value variables.

Even if you export a function that uses a global logic that has a value variable, it still will not pick it up.

You just have to reference the value variable in the functions.

Maybe it should be raised as a bug.



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