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Suppressing "HTML file created" Message

Suppressing "HTML file created" Message

Suppressing "HTML file created" Message

(OP)
Hi All,

I'm generating a graph file (HTML format) and when this happens, WebFocus issues a message saying that the HTML file has been created. I then have to click an OK button to continue. This is fine for interactive sessions but it causes unattended operations to stop as the system waits for someone to click the OK button. Is there a way of stopping this message? I've tried set message=off but to no avail. Any suggestions? Many Thanks, Peter.

RE: Suppressing "HTML file created" Message

Peter,

Can you give some details as to environment, product, version, and what your request states? We have customers producing thousands of graphs in batch, with no problem, so I'm not sure what the issue is here.

RE: Suppressing "HTML file created" Message

(OP)
Hi again, Focwizard,
The graph request is.....
GRAPH FILE JDE_SALE
SUM UNITS NETVAL
ACROSS WEEK
ON GRAPH SAVE AS TEST1 FORMAT GRAPH
END
-RUN
-EXIT
I'm using Webfocus 431 under Windows 2000 and when I run the above, it produces a HTML graph and a popup window appears saying "HTML file Saved...." and I have to click the OK button to continue.
Peter.

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