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Error FOC36249

Error FOC36249

Error FOC36249

Hi all,
When I use the -INCLUDE command I get the the following error:(FOC36249)  RECURSIVE -INCLUDES ARE NOT ALLOWED
The funny thing is that it happens only in one specific
fex file, the rest of the fexes which use the command
(to the same fex), work fine.
If I insert the content of the included file into the stubborn fex it works fine. I'm also able to include
another file instead of this one, which contains the
same code (copy&paste).

By the way, the EX command to the same file is working also.
Any idea anyone?
Thanks OZ

RE: Error FOC36249

If you're not doing anything obvious like -INCLUDEing the parent fex in the child fex, then it's probably one of two things.  Either you've hit the limit of -INCLUDEs (they can only be 4 levels deep) or you've run into a bug.  Either way, stick with EX if you can.

RE: Error FOC36249

The name of the FOCEXEC that you have the -INCLUDE in isn't the same name as the FOCEXEC you are including is it?

RE: Error FOC36249

Thanks all.
I think it's a bug.


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