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    Last night, our second shift inspector was running a proven program for me. This program uses an iterative alignment. He called me last night (Shutup Craig! I know what I said yesterday!), The program wasn't finding the alignment. Just kept cycling thru. I decided to pull my backup copy of the program off of the server and just replace the one on the CMM computer. I found a .DMO file with the same name as my program on the computer. It was created monday night and modified last night. What is it? I've never seen it before.
    When in doubt, post code. A second set of eyes might see something you missed.
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    I opened this in notepad. Here are the first few lines of code. It looks like another method of outputing (is that a word?) the data, But ends at the end of the alignment.

    FILNAM/'MP1017KG,,,MP1017KG.PRG'
    $$ PC-DMIS for Windows Generated DMIS Output File
    $$ PC-DMIS Ver: 3.2063 Release
    Date=2006/10/10
    Time=21:43:13
    UNITS/INCH,ANGDEC
    DA(STARTUP)=DATSET/MCS
    WKPLAN/XYPLAN
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    • #3
      I think it is called karma.
      <internet bumper sticker goes here>

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      • #4
        Originally posted by craiger_ny
        I think it is called karma.
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        • #5
          John,

          Its a DMIS out file. It can be used to create a Pure dmis program.

          It looks like someone was experimenting.
          Jim Jewell

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          • #6
            Or guessing. He's never programmed. Thanks Jim. I'd never seen that before.
            I deleted the program, used my backup and the problem appears to be gone.

            (Until tonight, the Craig can rub it in more tomorrow
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