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(Deleted User) Subject: Finding a missing parameter
Author: (Deleted User)
Date: 11 Oct 2007 11:01 AM
When I run with one of (.NET Compiled, MSXML, MSXML 4, MSXML 6) there is an error message that a parmeter or variable 'mode' is not defined.

There are three XSLT files in play A base, a library of field mappings and a library of field value mappings. In both libraries I use a 'mode' parameter control transform behavior.

Evidently I did not define the the paramter some place, but where? The compiled processor message is not helpful. It referes to some temporary xslt file name that is gone by the time I get the message. So I do not even know which library file is in error.

Is there some kind of paramater that would allow me to preserve temp files? Where would I find a way to call the .NetComplied Transform DLL in outside of SS where there might be more control of this excotic need?

Greg

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Alberto MassariSubject: Finding a missing parameter
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 12 Oct 2007 11:34 AM
Hi Greg,
have you checked the "Parameter Values" tab in the scenario dialog? If it does list the 'mode' parameter, have you entered a value in the third column (the one with the label 'Parameter value to be used when processing')?

Thanks,
Alberto

 
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