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Smart Objects migrating from 9.0B

Smart Objects migrating from 9.0B

Hi.  We have an application that we developed in Progress 9.0B and used Smart Objects.  For various reasons, we need to ugrade the Progress version to 9.1C or later.  When we try 9.1C it compiles but when we run it we get the following error:
User-defined function 'setDataColumns' invoked dynamically but could not be found (5639)
On 9.1DSP8 it doesn't compile.  Progress say use 9.1D with SP9 but this doesn't work either.  I don't want to go to 9.1E or later as we haven't tested the application on these later versions.  Any ideas how we can fix the problem - we don't want to have to re-write the application.  Thanks.

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