No, this is not an option.
Hey guys, has anyone seen this error?
I downloaded the Chantale Simard def imported in my environment (9.1.07) just had problem at first, then rewrote the active link and had no more errors.
When I asked to rewrite actl and test it gave error ARERR38, I haven't seen that error in years.
Now on my side, it is ok....but on Chantale side no.
I shared with you guys, because you are the best.
I’ve tried to reimport everything, no success.
What is really strange is that even if I specify that I want to use a custom form, it is always looking at the Business Time Segment form.
I can see that someone has the same problem a few years ago an nobody answered :
Hi, I am trying to calculate next occurrence time using process "Application-Get-Next-Recurrence-Time".
For this, I have created a custom regular form with recurrence fields from ID 2300 to 2341. On a Button Click in an AL i am trying to do a "Set Fields" using this process. But not successful. It seems it is still looking up Business Time segment form for the recurrence defintion.
Any Help on this.
Can this be a bug with the version of Remedy I’m using ?
Server version : 9.1.05 201805242356
Développ. d'appl., syst. haute sécurité | Application Dev., High Security System
T : 514 786-8410
De : rodrigo barcat <email@example.com>
Envoyé : 18 octobre 2019 16:05
À : Simard, Chantale <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Objet : Re: - Application-Get-Next-Recurrence-Time with recurrence custom form
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Application-Get-Next-Recurrence-Time with recurrence custom form
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In my test I have used 9.1.07...I am trying to reach anyone to help faster.
However, I will mount an environment with 9.1.05. As I said, on my side the issue happened once...after rewrite the actl the error was no longer shown
Unfortunately, I have no sandbox to test the .def in and management isn't inclined to allow importing what they deem unnecessary files even into development system -- not that it (their development system) would be totally trustworthy in this case since it's been known to replace month value with current minute value from time to time when calculating time via application processes.