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Winsock script not accepting standard LR statements?

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Hi, Does a Winsock script not accept LR statements which are used in other protocols? For example, a simple
lr_save_string(GUIDLR, "LRGUID");

lr_message(lr_eval_string("{LRGUID}"));
does not seem to be working - it outputs "{LRGUID}" rather than the contents of that string. Any ideas why???
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Hi Satish,

In Winsock the Parameter Brace is " < > ", So please change the "{}" of LRGUID to "<>" in lr_message.

i.e.

lr_save_string(GUIDLR, "LRGUID");

lr_message(lr_eval_string(""));

This should work.

Regards,
Vinutha

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Re: Winsock script not accepting standard LR statements?

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Hi Satish,

In Winsock the Parameter Brace is " < > ", So please change the "{}" of LRGUID to "<>" in lr_message.

i.e.

lr_save_string(GUIDLR, "LRGUID");

lr_message(lr_eval_string(""));

This should work.

Regards,
Vinutha

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Hi Vinutha,

Thank you so much for your reply! you're right.

Satish
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