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Can't generate data when using downloaded .sqlgen file.

Postby CodyExakTime » Wed Dec 11, 2013 11:17 pm

A remote branch has a .sqlgen file they've created and have been using for testing. When I load that file I can get in fine, adjust scripts, etc. but generate data is grayed out and I cannot select it to get the generation running.

Help?
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Postby eddie davis » Thu Dec 12, 2013 2:47 pm

Hi

Thank you for your forum post.

Sadly I am unable to replicate your fault symptoms. I see that you have contacted us directly and created Support Ticket #9562. Can you please screen shot the error you are experiencing and update your support ticket with the image for us to analyse?

Many Thanks
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Postby CodyExakTime » Thu Dec 12, 2013 5:14 pm

Will do, thanks.
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Postby CodyExakTime » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:20 pm

To anyone encountering the same issue we have a lot of tables, my remote office had created a data generation file that they hadn't sent me so Red Gate needed the file to begin generating data, but since it was in a table below what I was working with the red error mark wasn't visible on-screen. Scroll through all tables on the left and hovering over the error it will tell you what file is missing.
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