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[archive] Acubench Report Generator

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Just trying to use the report Generator from within acubench 6.1.0. I added a blank gui report to a project, then recompiled. I get the following compile error. It points me to the generated code for my report (which is read-only) I tried adding some data to the report but still won't compile, same error.

Any ideas?

line 117: BY VALUE parameter PRINT-UNIT-TYPE misaligned
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RE: [archive] Acubench Report Generator

Was there ever any solution to this as I have the same problem in Acu-bench 8.0??
(line 552: BY VALUE parameter PRINT-UNIT-TYPE misaligned)
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RE: [archive] Acubench Report Generator

Nothing so far. I was just trying it out, and wasn't actually using it for any finished project so I'm not in a hurry for a solution...
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RE: [archive] Acubench Report Generator

Sorry to ask, but after you added the report, did you generate the COBOL program, then compile?
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RE: [archive] Acubench Report Generator

yes I generated the program first then compiled and on the compile I get the errors, (3 of them) on the \report\.rpt file.
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RE: [archive] Acubench Report Generator

can you zip up your project and attach it?
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