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Re: Vocabulary Overrides

Re: Vocabulary Overrides

Could the consultant have changed the data dictionary description also?





"Bonnie Williams" <WilliamB@ccsd15.k12.il.us>@jdelist.com on 06/13/2001
02:25:19 PM



Mike Manes
 

sdollard

Active Member
Re: Vocabulary Overrides

Bonnie,

sounds like the consultant did not change the VO. Check the DSPF to see if he hard coded it.

Also check the DD, see if he made any other changes there.

Steve
 

jill_a_fralick

Active Member
Re: Vocabulary Overrides

This is just a guess but it sounds like you may have an application override. I
have been caught by that one a few times. The question is trying to locate it.
If you have access to query, run it over the F9220 file for that video and look
for the field SYR. Otherwise, I don't know of another way to find it other than
by hunting.

1. Pull up the video.
2. In the application override field in the upper right hand portion of the
screen, start with 55 and move your way through 59 (or whatever your custom
system numbers are.)




Jill Fralick
ABB Flexible Automation
Auburn Hills, MI 48313
A7.3 cum 10
(248) 391-8618
 

Bonnie

Member
Re: Vocabulary Overrides

Thanks for your help - problem solved.

It was an application override. When I made the change to V0801 in the Vocabulary Overrides, I did not change the Application Override to 08. The consultant who made the original change to the video did enter an application override for 08.

Thanks to everyone who responded - Jill you win the prize.

Bonnie
 

Emad_S_Banoub33

Active Member
Re: Vocabulary Overrides

Bonnie, did you checked DD for HMCU. Something similar happened to me and I
copy VO from JDFDATA and I had to reapply our changes. Let us know if it
did work.

Emad Banoub
Montgomery Watson
Pasadena, CA
626-568-6529





"Bonnie Williams" <WilliamB@ccsd15.k12.il.us>@jdelist.com on 06/13/2001
11:25:19 AM
 
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