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How do I overcome the "warning WAR 40 : include file not found in specified directory" and a "Limitation error RES 15" when compiling a script?

How do I overcome the "warning WAR 40 : include file not found in specified directory" and a "Limitation error RES 15" when compiling a script?

This error happens when you want to include a BDH file in your main script via the use of the "use" function, and it resides in a sub directory of the Custom Include folder.

The use of sub directories in the include folder is not allowed and therefore to work around this error you should place the include file in the main include directory and amend you script to reference it here.


For example -

(1) Create a folder under the Custom Include folder called "MyScripts"
(2) Create a IncFile.bdh inside this folder, with a single line in it that says "use java.bdh"
(3) Create a project and include this file in your main script with the line : use "MyScripts/IncFile.bdh"

When compiled you will see the following -

"Compiling...
*** warning WAR 40: include file not found in specified directory. Include file read from source or include directory.
limitation error RES 15: benchmark description file \MyScripts\IncFile.bdh cannot be opened"

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