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I have a cell is from LibA/A cell , it contains LibB/B cell and LibC/C cell , When I open A cell , it's fine.
But LibB and LibC is removed from cds.lib , A cell stills looks fine , but when stream out gds ,
it shows a Error (XSTR M-166) ,....Ensure that the master cell view ...
How do I know the LibB/C and LibC/C is really can't stream out?
Do you mean that you've deleted the cds.lib entry after it has been opened in Virtuoso?
ddGetObj(libName cellName) would return nil if it's not available on disk.
However, if you tried doing a view refresh in Virtuoso having deleted a library entry, it may complain if the cellViews are still in memory - and say that it hasn't actually deleted the library entry in memory.
Not really sure what you're trying to achieve here.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
ddGetObj(libName cellName) will work correct when user restart layoutPlus again ,
if cellview is not exist , it won't return value.
But , now is as below:
A user has LibA/A cell , B user has LibB/B cell and LibC/C cell
When A user open cell which references LibB/B and LibC/C , it's OK ,
But B user reomve LibB/LibC from its cds.lib
The problem is that all data are still in memory , ddGetObj(libName cellName) will return value ,
In reply to Charley Chen:
If the library is no longer referenced on disk, and you've done a refresh, then member("libName" ddGetLibList()~>name) will return nil, even though ddGetObj("libName" "cellName" "viewName") may still return the object.
Thank you very much.