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Revolve - Duplicated links on COBOL Detail Page

Revolve - Duplicated links on COBOL Detail Page


With the release of the new WebSync (ENT06R62 and REP06R62, 6.2.006 - version 6.2.45), there is a duplication of an entry in the XML/HTML Project Reports COBOL detail pages:

NOTE: A .PDF version of this document containing screen shots and formatted information is available via the link at the bottom of this page.  It is recommended that you view that version.  The .RQC script referenced in this document is also available via a link at the bottom of the page.


XML/HTML Project Reports - View Reports

Click on TYPE


Click on Called Programs

To fix this issue:


Put the attached script, projxmlcoboldetail.RQC, at c:\tps\config\revolve\reql (or where ever you installed Revolve).


To ensure the population of the detail pages, delete the XML and HTML folders (these can be found in the project folder...HTML_projectname.prj and XML_projectname.prj).


Close Revolve.


Start Revolve.


Open project


Go to Enterprise/Analysis Tools/XML/HTML Project Reports - Generate All


Go to XML/HTML Project reports - View Reports


Go to Type - COBOL - Called Programs - the link for the single entry will work.



Old KB# 4570


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