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REPORT

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Implemented
Assigned to bob.stone
Tuesday, May 19
High
Enhancement
1 year 20 weeks ago

(From Sandvik) According to DMIS 5.2, the REPORT statement does not "trigger output by itself". However, this causes problems when parsing DMIS output files ".dmo". The OUTPUT statement, does trigger an output by itself in the .dmo-file and also outputs all arguments passed to that statement. When passing a previously created report ("R(lname10)"), it is even possible to get additional information for the evaluation in the .dmo-file and all arguments linked to the report argument will then be output.

When parsing the .dmo-file the information what arguments are belonging to a certain OUTPUT statement is possible find, since the OUTPUT statement has "triggered output of itself". However, the next step in finding what arguments belongs to a certain report label that was added to the current OUTPUT statement is not possible, since the REPORT statement has not "triggered output of itself". This causes result handling to get dependent on the DMIS input file “.dmi” for that information, which is needless to say very unsatisfactory. Thus it would be preferred if the REPORT statement does "trigger the output of itself" in the .dmo-file, for the sake of result handling. Then any argument can be linked to the current OUTPUT statement and if there was a report label passed as argument to that OUTPUT statement, all arguments to that report label can also be traced. Please find the attached file "report.pdf".

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QIF Execution
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#1

Status: New » In-Work

Assigned to DMIS/QIFExecution for implementation

#2

Status: In-Work » Vote Pending

Implemented in draft 5.3 document with wording changed.

#3

Status: Vote Pending » Implemented

Implemented in 5.3 at UTARI Meeting.

Ray Admire

DMIS
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