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Thank you for your fast reply.
i would like to replace the var1 with a 'peek' for the variable name instead, but i'm having trouble with the command.
let var1 = peek('Expression', 0, Tvariable ); is OK
I want to change the command to:
let peek('Variable', 0, Tvariable )=peek( 'Expression', 0, Tvariable ); = Script line error.
I have also tryed using the evaluate() function, and Let or Set.
I figured a solution out.
I made a new variable called 'var_temp' which will hold the variables name first, then use this to assign the value
let var_temp = peek('Variable', 0, Tvariable );
let $(var_temp) = peek('Expression', 0, Tvariable );
Next for me is to make a loop to read from row 0 to the EOF :)
I successfully tested this script to support maintaining change control between our development, quality and production environments where an external reference provides the NAS folder reference.
However, for some reason when I attempt to use the exact same script after a binary load it does not appear to function correctly.
Any ideas or suggestions?