I have recently upgraded to JMP v9 for v8, and my script does not seem work as per v8.
First part of this script opens a "Data" file (*.csv) into a table and adds headers ect, the second part opens another "Limit" file (*.JSL) which contains a value lookup table "variable1 = 0.0333"; variable = 0.0222; ect... ". When reading passing this values to the table, the table is picking up the variable names as literals as opposed to resolving to the underlying numeric values.
The only thing that has changed is the Jmp application version from 8 to 9.
Hovering over the variables in the first script shows that the values are being read correctly from the source Limit file (*.JSL).
It seems the variables in the first script are local only and not global for the Table - Column - Formula to use?
Using :: for global variables was also recommended for JMP 8, but not enforced (i.e. it generally worked anyway unless the global variable had a name that could be confused with a column name or an inbuilt function). But in JMP 9 it is more strictly enforced - thus the difference between JMP 8 and JMP 9.