Dimension utilisation - finding redundant dimensions

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Re: Dimension utilisation - finding redundant dimensions

Post by Wim Gielis » Wed Mar 29, 2017 5:43 pm

Jorge Rachid wrote:Hello,

I am trying to use this process but I am facing an error on .cma file.

What I have to do in this case about the exportfile folder on prolog?

Tks,

JR
Did you use a good value for exportFolder ? Meaning, a folder on the hard disk ?
If yes, do you see the generated cma file ? Can you open it, for example with a text editor ?
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Re: Dimension utilisation - finding redundant dimensions

Post by Alan Kirk » Wed Mar 29, 2017 5:47 pm

Wim Gielis wrote:
Jorge Rachid wrote:Hello,

I am trying to use this process but I am facing an error on .cma file.

What I have to do in this case about the exportfile folder on prolog?

Tks,

JR
Did you use a good value for exportFolder ? Meaning, a folder on the hard disk ?
And remember that it has to be a folder that THE SERVER can see. You can't try outputting to your local My Documents folder, for example.
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