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Hopefully someone can at least explain why this is happening if you can't tell me how to fix it.
I have fields coming in from one of our Oracle database tables using SQL Pass-through. One of the fields name is called 'include_in_report'. For some reason, when I try to run the fex from Managed Reporting, I get this error:
Error occurred. ERROR: ERROR_MR_FEX_NOT_FOUND Can't create item object based on provided item key e_in_report.sty.
When I run the exact same code from an Application Folder, it works fine. For some reason, Webfocus doesn't like the field name that includes the word 'include' even if its part of a larger field name. To see if it was my SQL pass-through that was causing the problem, I put together a quick CAR file example using a define that has 'include' part of the defined file name. Here is the fex:
DEFINE FILE CAR INCLUDE_IN_REPORT/I1=IF COUNTRY EQ 'ITALY' THEN 1 ELSE 0; END
TABLE FILE CAR PRINT * INCLUDE_IN_REPORT END
Again, if I run this fex from an Application Folder, the report is rendered to the screen with the defined field at the end. If I run the exact same fex from Managed Reporting, it never renders anything to the screen. If I drop the letter 'e' at the end of include in the field name, it works fine in Managed Reporting.
If the word 'include' is reserved in Webfocus, why would it work from the Application folder but not Managed Reporting?
I'm sure there is a reasonable explanation, I just can't find any in the documentation or Focal Point. Since the field is from our Oracle Database, I can't change the field name just because Webfocus doesn't like it. Any help would be appreciated!
KeithThis message has been edited. Last edited by: <Kathryn Henning>,
WebFOCUS 8.104 Windows, All Outputs
Posts: 28 | Location: Holland, MI USA | Registered: September 30, 2010
Doug, INCLUDE has always been a keyword, AND, when started in byte 1, it calls the common stylesheet that comes with WebFOCUS, OR, INCLUDE folder/whatever.fex/dat/htm/css, etc; intoduced in 7.7.1, if I recall correctly...
ON TABLE SET PAGE-NUM NOLEAD
ON TABLE SET SQUEEZE ON
ON TABLE SET HTMLCSS ON
ON TABLE SET HTMLENCODE ON
ON TABLE SET EMPTYREPORT ON
ON TABLE SET STYLE *
TYPE=REPORT, ORIENTATION=PORTRAIT, $