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web_reg_save_param_regexp error: pcre_compile error: "this version of PCRE is compiled without UTF s

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Anyone experiencing this error?

pcre_compile error: "this version of PCRE is compiled without UTF support"

Error -35055: Invalid regular expression [MsgId: MERR-35055]

 

Below regexp correlation works in v12.50, everything went south after upgrading to 12.60.

web_reg_save_param_regexp(
        "ParamName=c_TasksThatCanBeDone",
        "RegExp=[0-9]+",
        "Ordinal=All",
        "Group=0",
        SEARCH_FILTERS,
        "Scope=BODY",
        "NotFound=WARNING",
        LAST);

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Hello,

Please upgrade to 12.62 or later (2020). 

The mentioned issue had been fixed.

Regards,

Gil

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@tiratirador,

I've not seen this error in 12.60. You regexp looks normal and simple. One thing I can think of is:

Does your source file is UTF16 or is your dash in the regexp an Unicode character other than 0x2D?

You might upgrade to 12.63 just in case...

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Hello,

Please upgrade to 12.62 or later (2020). 

The mentioned issue had been fixed.

Regards,

Gil

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