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[resolved] Error in routine - cannot be resolved

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[resolved] Error in routine - cannot be resolved

Hi,
I have been tasked with making changes to Talend jobs inwhich I have little experience. I have run into a problem with the execution of a custom routine. For some reason the JDEdate routine apparently cannot be found. So I must be missing something. I believe the routine should work.
The error message is JDEdate cannot be resolved. The JDEdate routine converts a julian date to a gregorian date format.
Thanks, Bob

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Re: [resolved] Error in routine - cannot be resolved

Hi,
With the job CLOSED, you can right click the job in teh repository. Then click "Setup routine dependencies". In this new window make sure you add the JDEdate routine.
Now your job should run properly.
Good luck!
Arno

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Re: [resolved] Error in routine - cannot be resolved

Hi,
With the job CLOSED, you can right click the job in teh repository. Then click "Setup routine dependencies". In this new window make sure you add the JDEdate routine.
Now your job should run properly.
Good luck!
Arno

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Re: [resolved] Error in routine - cannot be resolved

Thanks, that was it. Bob

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