I'm not real knowledgeable about JMP programming. I do generate experimental designs, enter data, analyze, save scripts. Recently I received a data table file from a collaborator and I can not run the scripts he has created. I tell the script to run and there is no response. If I create new analyses and save these as scripts I can run them fine and so can he. I can also run scripts in other files. He is running JMP 13.2 and I'm running JMP 14. He even found that he later could no longer run a script he created when I sent the file back to him. What I'm wondering is:
1. He has a MAC and I have a PC, does this matter?
2. Is there something about quarantine files that might matter?
3. I suspended Defender from running and this didn't help.
I realize this isn't much to go on and I can't share any of the details of the files, just reaching out to see if there is something that needs to be changed in a setting.............
I think there is something about this file that is, periodically, not allowing scripts to run.
When you get a chance, select View > Log on Windows or Window > Log on Macintosh, then run the script again. What is the error message?
There is no error message.
Where is this "view"........the "view" within JMP file or the "view" within Windows Explorer?
As I said, go to the View menu and select Log with JMP running on Windows. Do you see an error message in the Log window? Try running the script again.
Also, right-click on the green triangle next to the table script in question and select Edit. Select and copy the script (not the title), and post it here is that is allowed. That information will also help us figure out what might be wrong.
sorry, wish I could past the script but contains proprietary data.......if you let me know within what application/explorer window where this "view" and "Log with JMP running on Windows" resides I would try that.
To display the Log window within JMP,
Optionally, you can press Ctrl+Shfit+L within JMP (as shown above). Hope that helps clarify.
By 'quarantined' you mean that Windows recognized that the data table was not generated locally but obtained instead by downloading a file or saving an attached file? If so, do you choose the Open option when you open it the first time? The other option prevents scripts from running.