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globals.h is missing

Hello everyone,

Iam using LR 8.0. When I record a script, the globals.h is missing. I can just see vuser_init, action and vuser_end. I would like to include the files in globals.h but I don't have it. Is this the problem with the version ?


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Sri
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Re: globals.h is missing

What protocol you are using?
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Re: globals.h is missing

Sri, is there any reason you are still using LR 8.0? If you just installed it and it never worked, you could consider:
* uninstalling it,
* try to install a more recent version,
* see if you still have the problem.

Regards,
./Sebastien

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Sebastien,

It's the office that is using it. I don't have rights to uninstall LR 8.0. They are planning to move to 9.1 but it will be too long to wait.


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Sri
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Re: globals.h is missing

Hi Sri,

Do you have any existing script. If yes try importing global.h file into your new script location. If it works then we can place this global.h into LR include location. Or in alternate you just can create script tamplete which you can use again an again whenever you require to create new script.

Good Luck!!!!

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Ajay
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Hi Ajay,

I tried importing a existing global.h to my script, it didn't work. And what you mean by to create a template.... to create one more script which just has include files which I can reuse it? Pls let me know

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Re: globals.h is missing

Hi Sri,

Make sure you are placing global.h from the script which was created with similar protocol.
Tell me what protocol you are using to create script?
Script tamplete is just kind of standard tamplete which you can use to everytime when you create new script to maintain same standards across all the script but make sure protocol are same.


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Ajay
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