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I am facing a strange error/warning. I am getting task error as "WARNING. MATCH FIELDS HAVE SAME NAME BUT DIFFERENT FORMATS:" in our production report caster, whereas identical report in Non prod reportcaster is running fine without any error. Even when I run the report directly from dev studio everything seems to be fine.
I have issued ?FF to all the hold file used in the MATCH command to find field format and name but everything is identical.
I don't want to add warning number in report caster ignore error configuration list, until I know the answer for WHY I am getting this error only in one environemnt......
Please help me how to trace the root cause.
7.6.11 Linux Excel outputThis message has been edited. Last edited by: krish,
Posts: 64 | Location: North Carolina | Registered: December 04, 2007
Well, if this is a classic "nobody has done anything", try refreshing the non-prod masterfile causing the error. Then refresh the production masterfile. either you start getting the same error in non-prod or then you see what it is getting grumpy about.
Cheers, H. WebFOCUS 8.1.05M Oracle 11g - DB2 RedHat
Posts: 115 | Location: Brighton UK | Registered: February 19, 2005
You may want to run CHECK FILE HOLD and the corresponding TABLE FILE command to see what it actually thinks the formats are. A WHENCE statement will prove that it getting the master from where you think as well.