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VC migration from 7.0 to 7.3

HI All,

We are trying to migrate from VC 7.0 to 7.3. We have pretty complex application with multiple nested views and union. In 7.0 everything is working fine and we have multiple output signal which has a same name( with filter and with table) when I migrated to 7.3 using migration tool It changed duplicate output signal name as “_name” . When I try to deploy its say’s the “-name “Event name is not defined.” Since we have Union with 18 ports. Not sure how to fix this issue.

Any suggestion on resloving this issue will be very helpful.

Thanks in advance.


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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2013 at 05:18 PM

    Hi Manjula,

    There is some line in your model with mandatory event, but no event defined on it probably.

    Just Click on the error "Event name is not defined" and the relevant line will be highlighted. Define event on it.


    Vijay Kalluri

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      HI VIjay,

      Thaks for the response . I have done that but this will result in differnt singnal out name but same event name in 7.3 will that be an issue. In 7.0 i have used the same signal out name and no event name.

      Pls let me know ..



  • Posted on Jun 27, 2013 at 05:29 PM

    Hello Manju,

    In the more general point of view I think this document is very important for the options after migration: (I wasn't sure you are aware of the options other than migrating the models).

    About this specific problem: I would start by trying to rename the Signal Out elements, see if it reduces the number of errors. Any using model or application should be revised accordingly.

    *In 730 you can't have two ports of the same direction with the same name.

    Thank you,


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