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    Re: JDE Object Browser

    I think I understand now. You are referring to testing an interactive app. Almost all applications run as web apps in newer releases. Technically this is controlled by a column in F9860 for the object (SIANSIF).

    When you test the app from the Object Browser, it simulates the actions that happen when you execute the Run HTML option from OMW. That starts the local web server (if needed) and starts a browser session for the app. If you close out of the app, you should return to the E1 menu. To test another app, just do it from the menu or fast path. The testing ability in the software was more useful for fat client apps when you wanted to test form interconnects.

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    Re: JDE Object Browser

    Hi All,

    I've had a few requests recently that were actually covered by an existing feature. The ER Search option from the Tools menu allows you to search all Event Rules for a specific text string. You can filter the search by object name, type etc. and also ER operation. For example, you can look for all Table IO code for a specific table or look for comments containing a string. We use that to find ER object mods if comments are standardized.

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    Re: JDE Object Browser

    Hi Craig,

    ER search can also be useful if you are looking where a variable or field value is modified.
    I used to print the ER into a text file and search in notepad, then go up to the section and/or event.
    Now with ER search it's much easier.

    PS : Thanks alot for JDE Object Browser and JDE Trace, I use them all the time now and basically automatically install them on any new workstation when I'm beginning a new project. Those two and Selectvar from Sébastien Leclerc, and I'm set
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    Re: JDE Object Browser

    Hi Craig,

    I tried installing latest version of jde object brwoser but it is failing again and again.

    I dont know but it gives some abrupt error in the very endof the installation

    Can you please help me.

    My OS is Windows 7, 64 bit.
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    Re: JDE Object Browser

    What exactly is the error you are seeing?

    MSIs can be sensitive to where they are located and run from. Perhaps try moving it to a local, fully accessible folder.
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    Re: JDE Object Browser

    I changed my folder somehow and the name and it went. Strange but atleast it worked.
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    Hi Craig,

    As you know, I love your Object Browser, however I am noticing a constant issue when doing a search in ER. Be that a BSFN UBE etc.

    If you have more than one window or code open and do a search, clicking back and forth between the 2 seems to wreck the find window.
    It disappears and the only way to restart it is to close the windows and start again
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    Hi!!

    Does JDE Object Browser" tool refreshes JDE tables/columns/indexes as per upgraded versions ?

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    If I may request something.

    Middle clicking(mouse wheel) to close a window similar to a chrome web browser would be nice.

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    Hi folks,

    An updated JDE Object Browser is available, version 1.3.0.86. Includes a couple of requested features ...

    Enhanced workspaces: When saving a workspace, the column layout of any Data Browser instances is saved as well.

    Enhanced export of data selection: You can export the data selection for all sections and include row, column and cell selection

    Command Line: the -b option (export flags) supports setting 4 so no ER or object specs are exported

    http://www.patwel.com/downloads

    thanks for all the feedback,
    Craig
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