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Python application working (partially) after upgrading WASD

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:36 pm    Post subject: Python application working (partially) after upgrading WASD Reply with quote

I upgraded WASD to version 11.3.0 (from version 10.0.3) and found that for one page, I continued to get an error, it looks like script error (received the purple error page). I did not get the error message nor could I get the troubleshooting tool (WATCH facility) working, so I had to revert back. I have a few questions on this... why would most of the python code work, except for this 1 page? Is there something I can check after an upgrade that indicates python or PYRTE is working properly?

In this upgrade, I did not upgrade python (version 2.7.5) nor PYRTE (version 1.1.11), so there should be no changes there. Is there a capability issue maybe? Directory permission issue?

My other question is on a different but related topic, when rebuilding python logical disks after restoring from backup, the *.DSK were not backed up and marked as NOBACKUP. Why would these be marked as NOBACKUP? I am wanting to change that in the next attempt.

Thank you for your input. -ojr
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