Does somebody faced this:
I have in a table definition a logical field, with format "Si/No" (actually all tables that I have turned to BE, breaked here).
after running the wizard to make BE, the .i file has a definition of format or initial value of a logical field with error... I have to return to YES where were SI and then it goes ok...
I wonder if is a bug, or am I missing something?
Can you share the exact text of the error? I would guess this is a bug, but the error message might shed some light.
What is the actual line that gets incorrectly generated?
I think this is a bug. It should have omitted the INITIAL value or included the FORMAT along with it.
I suggest you log a call with Technical Support on this.
Yes. I have encountered and reported this bug in 2009 !!!
Workaround at that time was to use "Si /No" (with a space after "Si " until bug is fixed.
Looks like they have not found time to fix this bug for 6 years now :-)
Looks like an anglocentric issue. "YES" has 3 characters, "Si" has two.
Maybe Jean Richert can tell us if there is a problem with the french format "Non"