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Why does Document Factory fail with the error, "Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression "criteria_name: businessrequirementsonly" when running a sample template in CaliberRM 2008?

Why does Document Factory fail with the error, "Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression "criteria_name: businessrequirementsonly" when running a sample template in CaliberRM 2008?

Problem:

Why does Document Factory fail with the error, "Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression "criteria_name: businessrequirementsonly" when running a sample template in CaliberRM 2008?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2008
  • Product Component: Document Factory
  • Platform/OS Version: Windows XP, Windows 2000/2003 Server


This error occurs because the syntax in the sample templates has been changed to work with Document Factory2, e.g. if you open the sample template

.\Program Files\Borland\CaliberRM\SamplesX100 Droid.dot


the filter has been changed to

$FILTER{criteria_name: BusinessRequirementsOnly}


To get the template to run in the original Document Factory, you will need to change the filter to

$FILTER{type = ‘1. Business Requirements’}



Old KB# 29424

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