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J Link error messages

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J Link error messages

Here's one for all you J Link gurus out there.

I'm using this routine (from Marc Mettes) to display error messages to the
user:





public void DisplayMessage ( String mesg ) throws Exception {

stringseq seq = stringseq.create();

seq.set(0, mesg);

session.UIDisplayMessage(msgFile, "JLOG %s", seq);

seq.clear();

writeLog(mesg);

}



The message this displays is a plain one.

How do I write a message with an error or other symbol, such as the yellow
triangular sign w/ the exclamation point?



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RE: J Link error messages


> How do I write a message with an error or other symbol,
> such as the yellow triangular sign w/ the exclamation point?

Add the appropriate code (%CP, %CW, %CE, etc) to the first
line of the (four line) message file entry you wish to change.

Your line like this:
JLOG %s

would change to this (leave the space for readability):
%CW JLOG %s


Message file changes can be tedious to test because Pro/E only
loads a message file once per session. To test changes, you
have to restart Pro/E.



Marc
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