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Data Source and Repository Explorer raises errors?

Hi,

has anyone experience in FP40 with Data Source (DS) in a solution template or try to open Repository Explorer (RE)?

There is so much talk, unfortunately it is not possible to create (DS) or open (RE) it in our byd studio!

I would like to thank everyone for a quick test and troubleshooting.

Kay

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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2012 at 08:54 AM

    Hi,


    the problem you describe is a known error that occurs depeding on used operation system. The error has recently been corrected. Today a new version of the ByD studio was published to the Service Market Place that contains the correction. Please download this version and retest.

    Kind Regards,
    Thomas Kretz

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2012 at 05:36 AM

    Yes. You are right.

    I did observed this 2weeks ago and raised an incident.

    PDI Developers were able to reproduce this error and promised to correct this in future releases.

    Most werid thing is I get this error only if I try to access PDI in office network. If I open the PDI of same build from my home network, everything works fine.

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