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Why, when running a report does the CaliberRM client generate the error, "Unable to locate matching element"?

Why, when running a report does the CaliberRM client generate the error, "Unable to locate matching element"?

Problem:

Why, when running a report does the CaliberRM client generate the error, "Unable to locate matching element"?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: All
  • Product Component: Win32Client
  • Platform/OS Version: Windows XP, Windows 2000/2003 Server

When trying to export or print preview a detail report from the Tools menu, Caliber displays the error, "Unable to locate matching element". This error occurs if you have a requirement type which has an apostrophe in it"s name, e.g.

A requirement called, "1. Business Requirements" would not generate the error but a requirement called, "1. Business Requirement"s" (with an apostrophe) will throw the error.

This will be addressed in a future release but the current workaround is to remove any apostrophes from the requirement type names before running the report.


Old KB# 30070

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