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Unrecoverable error in Application

Unrecoverable error in Application

Unrecoverable error in Application

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Hi, I am investigating the following error message:
"Unrecoverable error in application: macro.runner on panel evaluate.begin"
The macro's set up for the user have not changed in any way, and only this one user has had the message appear.
Does anyone have any clue as to what might cause this error to repeatedly appear. I would most grateful for any tips or ideas. thank you.

RE: Unrecoverable error in Application

it looks like a error in the macro condition .... check this conditions ..

RE: Unrecoverable error in Application

If that really happens only by 1 user.. I would check if he is using the correct SC - version.
Maybe you made a update lately and he didn't update his client installation yet?


2nd thing is to check the macro condition of course.

Bye from Germany..
Frank

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