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Script on button in portal row doesn't show in DDR


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Hello,

 

I just discovered something scary.  I wanted to check if a specific script was used on a layout as I wasn't sure anymore.  So I created a DDR.

 

When checking the script in the DDR the 'Layouts that use this script' and 'Scripts that use this script' parts were empty.

Still I felt a bit unsure about deleting my script, so I searched for it manually on my layout and...I found it.

I used it in a portal on a button (=text).

 

Is this a known bug of the DDR or did I miss something?

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curious did you give the button object a name? - wonder if doing so would force it to be included in the DDR?

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Your description is unclear. Can you provide an example or provide a more detailed description? What is "button (=text)" ?

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Was this an HTML DDR or an XML DDR?

 

The HTML DDR is a translation of the XML one so it could have been missed in the translation.

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When checking the script in the DDR the 'Layouts that use this script' and 'Scripts that use this script' parts were empty.

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Is this a known bug of the DDR or did I miss something?

 

Hard to tell without being able to reproduce your issue.  Which I cannot do:

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I need to apologize.  The DDR consisted of different parent folders and I appear to have a script with the same name in another parent folder.

@Comment it's your picture that made me go back to the DDR to take screen shots and realise there was something different going on. 

I should have tried to reproduce the error myself but I was 'stuck' staring at the script name.

 

Thank you all for your replies.

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