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The OmniLanguage Forum
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Subject : The OmniLanguage Forum
Posted : 3/3/2006 10:13 AM
Post #23

This forum provides a place share ideas and code with other OT Pro users. If you are having technical issues related to OmniLanguage, please post that in the Technical Support forum so that our staff can address the problems.

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Subject : RE: The OmniLanguage Forum
Posted : 11/18/2008 2:56 PM
Post #10506 - In reply to #23

If you are reporting a bug in the OmniLanguage parser please provide a script that is as simplistic as possible showing the issue. If the code cannot be condensed please also provide a brief explanation of the script and what it is supposed to do. If there is any compiler errors in the IDE please copy and paste the message in to your post (you should be able to highlight the text in the compiler output window in the OL IDE). If OT is throwing an exception resulting in a error message box please also attach your OmniTrader log file located at C:\Program Files\Nirvana\OT2009\OT.log.

If you are asking for help to debug your own code or to provide general assistance please attach your scripts source code. All files are stored in the same tree format you see in the OmniLanguage IDE on the hard drive under the location of C:\Program Files\Nirvana\OT2009\VBA\. Please also explain in as much detail as possible the desired logic of your script. The more information you supply the easier it will be for someone else to assist you.

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