User Rajesh Balachandran (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
well if its failing to load the gui file then there might be two reasons
behind it...primary being that u haven't cloased the earlier gui file and
trying to open other file...it might give a problem to load two gui files at
the same time or it might be that the path to the gui file is not right..can
u please sent across the script where u r calling the gui file and also the
path to the gui file ?
User Patil, Atul (Atul.Patil@sbsc.siemens.co.uk.nospam) posted:
yes, check for the path of GUI file.
If you are storing GUP files in different locs.. then do store it in a
common single folder and set public variable at the start of script and use
this variable anywhere you wish.
User Mathisen, Stephen C (email@example.com) posted:
You need to distinguish between opening the gui file and loading the gui
file. You need to check and see if WR is opening the file and not loading
it. If that is the case, then you probably have entries that exist in both
gui files. There are no restrictions on opening & loading additional gui
files, except that the additional files that you want to open and load
cannot contain the same entries.
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