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kanpiner
Level I

I/O error when close a data table

Hello,

 

Recently I just installed JMP 15. Whenever I attempted to close a non-empty data table, the log will pop up with the following error message:

 

"Save changes to the JMP Data Table Untitled 25?

I/O problem.

Untitled 25.jmp
Unable to open in ReadWrite mode.
The system cannot find the file specified."

 

The table has nothing special. I just created a new one and type in random words in the cols;

I have tried reinstall jmp, no help; tried to change directory folders I am sure to have access with, no help;

This problem is really annoying and not sure how to get rid of it.

 

Any suggestions will be appreciated!

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stan_koprowski
Community Manager Community Manager

Re: I/O error when close a data table

Hi @kanpiner ,

 

I would contact technical support (support@jmp.com).

They can best help you come to a resolution.

 

cheers,

Stan

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pmroz
Super User

Re: I/O error when close a data table

Have you tried updating to JMP 15.1?

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Zahti
Level I

Re: I/O error when close a data table

In JMP 15 there are some extra parameters for the Close(); function that were not required in JMP 14. I just found this out today as well and it is quite frustrating... broke all my scripts

 

JMP 14 syntax:

Close( "Table1" );

JMP 15 syntax:

Close( "Table1", NoSave );

Hopefully this helps!

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pmroz
Super User

Re: I/O error when close a data table

The nosave parameter has been part of the close() function since at least JMP 11, if not earlier.  I tried creating a table and then calling close(dt) in JMP 14 and 15, and the table closed no problem.  Interesting though - the table was automatically saved to my desktop.

 

As a rule I call close() with the nosave argument if I've got some temporary work tables.

 

How did this break your scripts?  

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