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Hi,

I don't know if it's a known problem so I open this "question" to report it

'//' comments cause some issues in macros

Exemples with new relation forms :

Works great

/* Docu Relations */
RelationSectionsForm.Docu.Comp, RelationSectionsForm.Comp.Docu {[11]}
RelationSectionsForm.Prof.Docu, RelationSectionsForm.Docu.Prof {[3]}


/* Prof Relations */
RelationSectionsForm.Prof.Oppo, RelationSectionsForm.Oppo.Prof {[6]}
RelationSectionsForm.Prof.Objv, RelationSectionsForm.Objv.Prof {[7]}

Issues
Here the forms DOCUCOMP and OBJVPROF will open properly from consult grid, but not with the "Modify relation" button on the Edit view

// Docu Relations
RelationSectionsForm.Docu.Comp, RelationSectionsForm.Comp.Docu {[11]}
RelationSectionsForm.Prof.Docu, RelationSectionsForm.Docu.Prof {[3]}


// Prof Relations
RelationSectionsForm.Prof.Oppo, RelationSectionsForm.Oppo.Prof {[6]}
RelationSectionsForm.Prof.Objv, RelationSectionsForm.Objv.Prof {[7]}

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1 Answer

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Correct

Efficy supports only the usage of /* and */ to define comment blocks in macro files. In the standard macro's, you don't find // outside of a macro.

It's true that it's missing in the manual

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