Translate LKDMIS to PCDMIS?

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  • Translate LKDMIS to PCDMIS?

    Is there a way to use a LKDMIS program? Can it be translated to PCDMIS?
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    Yes, just export the probgram to dmis and change the extension to .dmi. If you use an iterative alignment however you will have to delete it out of the .dmi file and recreate it in LK before importing it in. If, when you export to dmis and open it up in notepad, and the code recalls external commands, you will have to change the settings in the PC-DMIS settings editor to correct. You can actually use the help function to walk through change requirements. I have done this more than a few times but can't remember the settings I changed, but when they are set correctly it works great.
    James Temmen

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    • #3
      ok, I recieved the dmi program. opened it in word, made a new program. Tried to copy paste, and its tells me " line to long" error message. what am I doing wrong?
      Last edited by Paul Sarrach; 04-07-2006, 08:12 AM.
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      • #4
        You're trying to use a line thats too long.LOL Sorry, couldn't resist. I'm not sure, see if you can isolate which line it is then figure out how to recreate the same function with the native language. If you want , send me a copy of the dmi file and i'll see if if it works here. [email protected].
        James Temmen

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        • #5
          LKDMIS to PCDMIS is the question.

          The answer is yes, yes, not too many problems. Exporting out from LK, not even sure that is necesary. Just take the program as is, (DMI, ext I think) and just read into pc-dmis...nothing else should be necessary. There is not iterative alignment in LK that I am aware of....Pc-dmis can read in Pure Dmis seamlessly, just the odd issue. We have done this a few times without much of a problem.
          Jim Jewell

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