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    Yes, just enter a * for the object name. You can use wildcards, like P42*
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    Great working like a charm. many thanks for free tool.
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    Failed to Load F983051

    Hi Graig, nice tool. Thank you for sharing. I am getting the error Failed to Load F983051 is some versions. What does it mean? Security related?

    Thank you

    Rob

    JDE E1 9.0

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    Option numbers

    Graig,
    I have seen in several cases that the difference is one option number, but the tool indicate the next one i.e. Difference in option 5, but actually is the 6

    Thanks


    Rob

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    I think you're referring to the Option column. That is a zero based sequence number stored in the data structure. So the first option on the page will be 0. the Text column should display the PO text for that specific option. Please provide an example if my explanation isn't clear.

    thanks
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    Option numbers

    Hi Graig, thanks for your prompt response. Yes, it is clear now. My other question is if the tool reads the specs from the central object or if I have to install all pending packages in my fat client. Thanks again.

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    It reads the Processing Option data structure from the local specs, so you need the updated path codes on your developer workstation. The PO values are retrieved from F983051

    Craig
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    encounter error message as below, please help.

    C:\>E1VCompare.exe P4210 * PD900

    The procedure entry point _JDB_OpenTableX@40 could not be located in the dynamic link library Jdekrnl.dll

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    Please try the following ...

    Copy the E1VCompare.exe executable to your JDE installation folder \system\bin32 (for example c:\e900\system\bin32) and try running it from there. Let me know if that helps.

    Also, please provide your JDE version info.

    thanks
    Craig
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    E1 9.0 8.98.4.2 Wintel SQL 2008
    E1 9.2 9.2.1.4 iSeries

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    Hi Craig
    is e1vcompare supported in windows 10? I am getting jdeunicode.dll and other when execute. it works like a charm in windows 7.
    Thanks
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