Hi, We have a dozen workspace/workset combinations for different clients, how do I create a debug file for a specific workset? If I add the -debug switch I can't pick the build I want to debug. And the configuration explorer only allows the default C: location (Gives errors when I add a command switch).
The Show Configuration keyin doesn't tell me which .cfg set the variable, or even which level it was set at.
Any help on a better way to evaluate the configs appreciated.
MS version 10.16.00.80
You should be able to put the -debug switch after whatever you use to specify your workspace. It works fine for me with V8i and my -WC switch.
Thanks Barry, I don't have an icon for each build. I have one icon where I use the -wr switch to point to the network workspace root directory. The designers select the workspace/workset through the front end dialog.
It's not hard to create a special icon for each build specifying the workspace with the proper switch and including -debug after that.You'll have to look up the command line switches in the Help file, but I know there is one for workspace, and there may even be one for workset.
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MaryB said:You'll have to look up the command line switches in the Help file
At a Windows command prompt, type MicroStation.exe /?
Depending on your current folder, you may have to specify the full path to MicroStation.
Regards, Jon Summers LA Solutions
if you open the configurations dialog it will show the levels at which each variable is set.
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