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DataWindow definition not set

4 posts in PowerSite specific Last posting was on 2001-08-08 13:22:22.0Z
Nicolas_Luzzi Posted on 2001-08-06 19:56:03.0Z
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From: Nicolas_Luzzi
Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2001 15:56:03 -0400
Subject: DataWindow definition not set
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Hi, I'm getting these error when I open an HTML page with an HTML
Datawindow DTC control:

ERROR: DataWindow definition not set

I'm using PowerSite 7.1.0.300, the Datawindow was made with a Store
Procedure, and is marked HTML Datawindow in the Datawindow Builder.

Thanks!!!


John Strano[TeamSybase] Posted on 2001-08-06 20:35:21.0Z
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From: John Strano[TeamSybase] <nichtspam_jstrano@csi.com>
Subject: Re: DataWindow definition not set
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Is the location of the PBL containing the dw object
either a fully qualified path in the page or
is that directory in the system path of the EAServer box?

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John Strano
[TeamSybase]

In article <F63A81FC553A74F5006D80BD85256AA0.006D80CC85256AA0@webforums>,
Nicolas_Luzzi says...

> Hi, I'm getting these error when I open an HTML page with an HTML
> Datawindow DTC control:
>
> ERROR: DataWindow definition not set
>
> I'm using PowerSite 7.1.0.300, the Datawindow was made with a Store
> Procedure, and is marked HTML Datawindow in the Datawindow Builder.
>
> Thanks!!!
>


Nicolas_Luzzi Posted on 2001-08-06 21:15:36.0Z
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From: Nicolas_Luzzi
Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2001 17:15:36 -0400
Subject: Re: DataWindow definition not set
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Yes, the page contains the fully path.


John Strano[TeamSybase] Posted on 2001-08-08 13:22:22.0Z
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Post the syntax of your page here.
Folks can then jump in and pick it apart.
(Just "x-out" any sensitive logon/password
info.
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John Strano
[TeamSybase]


In article <BBDE7EA230B313970074C90985256AA0.007459CD85256AA0@webforums>,
Nicolas_Luzzi says...

> Yes, the page contains the fully path.
>