Does anyone know if the Session Relevance Editor works with TEM version 8.2?
I'm trying to use it to work on some web reports, but I can' seem to get it to work, even with the example reports provided.
I always get the error, "Error: Singular expression refers to nonexistent object".
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4 replies Latest Post - 2013-02-15T00:23:02Z by Lee Wei
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Re: Session Relevance Editor2013-02-07T22:14:37Z in response to SystemAdminYes the Session Relevance Editor/Tester works with 8.2.
Can you tell me more about what you are trying to do?
Are you running a Session Relevance statement, or trying to run a Web Reports script?
It does not work as a Web Reports Editor anymore.
Re: Session Relevance Editor2013-02-13T17:48:49Z in response to Lee WeiRight now I am just trying to get it to work with a simple sessions relevance to test it out:
(name of it, operating system of it, cpu of it) of bes computers
If there is a computer with an error or not reporting properly in the database would this cause me not to return any results? I thought I saw that once before with the Excel connector.
Re: Session Relevance Editor2013-02-13T17:55:13Z in response to SystemAdminAfter typing my last message I checked the computers in the console and removed the one that had <error> for all fields and another one that had <not reported> for some fields and I was able to use the tool now.
Is there a way to make it skip computers with either of those entries in fields rather then just error out?