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.
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Thanks MaryB, I might have to. I was hoping for a better way because I'm also using lots of different software, so I would end up with about 50 icons.