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Flex2 runtime missing? after upgrade to 701.4

Hi VCers,

We recently upgraded a development portal environment for EHP4, including upgrading VC to the following:

GML version: 701.4.0027

Client version: 701.4.0.1

VCServer version: 701.4.0.1

Flex version: 701.4.0.1

Portal Content version (HTMLBKit): 701.4.0.1

Portal Connector version: 701.4.0.1

Now, in Tools > Options >Compiler > Runtime, I only see

Flash

xGraph

WebDynpro

Whereas on the prior version (GML version: 700.15.0027, Client version: 700.15.0.1, and so forth), I see the following runtime options:

Flash

xGraph

WebDynpro

Flash (Flex2)

Here is my problem: I have models in the upgraded system that now have corrupted layouts. They were built with the missing runtime option.

Can anyone suggest what might have happened to the Flex2 option? Is there something we can configure to make it available in the 701.4 system?

Thanks for any assistance or insights!

Margaret

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 06:06 PM

    The eliminated compiler is the older flex version ('Flash' not 'Flex2' in the pre-EHP1 version of VC).

    The only solution I've found is to rework the layouts of the reports that were built in the prior version. However since no response was received here to this question, I will close it.

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