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The Requirements Grid gives a runtime error when "Retrieve Last Modified Date" is selected

The Requirements Grid gives a runtime error when "Retrieve Last Modified Date" is selected

Problem:

The Requirements Grid gives a runtime error when "Retrieve Last Modified Date" is selected

Resolution:

Description:

The Requirements Grid gives a runtime error when "Retrieve Last Modified Date" is selected.

Solution:

In CaliberRM 2006, the Requirements Grid can generate a Runtime error under certain conditions. This will cause the CaliberRM application to exit. This is a known bug. This has been fixed in the next release of CaliberRM. Until the next release is available, we are providing a simple work around to resolve this issue.

The problem only exist if the number of requirements in the Requirements Grid is divisible by 100. (100, 200, 400, 1000, 3000... ). If you are having a problem with this issue, simply add 1 requirement. You can also delete a requirement, but that may not be practical as you will lose data.

This problem only occurs with "Retrieve Last Modified Date" selected and a requirements count divisible by 100.

Old KB# 16215

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