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    Resource file problem

    hi, i have included a Resource file in .rss, but its definition is not generated in .rsg.
    please tell wat may be the reason

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    Re: Resource file problem

    Quote Originally Posted by vineet.jain View Post
    hi, i have included a Resource file in .rss, but its definition is not generated in .rsg.
    please tell wat may be the reason
    Your resource file has not been recompiled and/or your new resources have no name.
    Note that #include-ing other resource files requires caution, since the first 4 definitions in the resulting file should remain the "NAME" attribute, and the RSS_SIGNATURE, TBUF, EIK_APP_INFO resources.

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    Re: Resource file problem

    Hi,
    what do u mean by
    included a Resource file in .rss, but its definition is not generated in .rsg.
    do u mean to say that id(s) associated with RESOURCE(s) in ur .rss file are not present in your .rsg file?

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    Re: Resource file problem

    hi vineet,
    you must define all the ids used in rss in hrh.. check for includes..

    Anil jha

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