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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:58 am 
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Hi there,

I'm trying to use the test result degradation function. I have six identical App.Id, (three real test results and others manually entered)
I select the six lines, (all go blue) and then click on the Degradation Graph icon. The Test results box opens up but the three graphs are blank.
What have I forgotten to do? (Leakage field is blank in all cases) (software Version 7.0.9 on Windows 7).

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John Macgregor


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 4:29 pm 
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Hi John

The degradation works by looking at a unique app id in the file you are viewing and then searches all your other data files in your data folder for the same app id. It then builds the graphs on the results it finds in the other files.

It doesn't graph the data between the same app id in the file you are viewing as it expects the data to be stored in separate files for previous years.

If you make a copy of your current file and store it in the data folder, then highlight a single app id of the original file, click on the degradation icon, it should show the degradation.

Please get back to us if I can explain further.

It might also be possible for us to amend the program so it searched for the same app id in the currently opened file, however I would have to do some investigation to see how easy this would be to implement.

Regards, Richard.


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