Command line error D8003: missing source filename, when running Error Detection

Command line error D8003: missing source filename, when running Error Detection

Problem:

When running BC.exe from the Windows shell the *.dpbccs ettings file is specified using a /C and name of session file. However, when specifying the filename alone, and attempting to launch a profilng session, an error "Command line error D8003: missing source filename, when running Error Detection" results.

Resolution:

This is a bug that was resolved under 11.3 build 1643 and will be included in the next release beyond 11.3 Hot Fix 3.  As a workaround, specify the abolute path including the settings file name in the syntax used to launch the profiling session.

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