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    Default "file does not exist !" after recovery - files .cmp

    I just recovered on zenon 6.51 a .wsb file of a full working project. when I start the runtime I get the following message for each subproject:

    File does not exist!

    projectName1:

    C:\Documents and Settings.... \RT\FILES\zenon\system\
    variables.cmp
    scripts.cmp
    templates.cmp
    functions.cmp
    remas.cmp
    project.cmp
    amlcel.cmp
    archiv.cmp
    zuweisung.cmp
    rezepturen.cmp
    password.cmp
    is the .wsb file created with workspace->create backup sufficient or I need something else to run the project correctly?
    Thank you

  2. #2

    Default Re: "file does not exist !" after recovery - files .cmp

    Hi,

    This indicates that the runtime files for the sub-projects are not compiled.

    First make sure that all projects are loaded in memory (right click the project, and select "keep in memory")

    Then in the toolbar, select the arrow for the icon to compile runtime files, and click "compile runtime files for all loaded projects"

    Normally, when you press "F7" or when you click the icon, only runtime files for the active project are compiled.


    Regards,
    Mark

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    Default Re: "file does not exist !" after recovery - files .cmp

    thank you, now it works fine

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