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email@example.com (Mark Luszniak) wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> I have a client who is running EnviroQuant Chemstation (Version
> G1701AA Version A.03.00), and they'd like to be able to use methods
> with more than 250 items in the quantitation database.
> After taking a (admittedly quick) look though the macros, and the help
> files, I have a feeling that the 250 limit is imposed by the
> application. However, I'm by no means an expert with Chemstation, can
> anybody give the definitive answer as to if it's possible to exceed
> 250 items, and if so how?
the custrpt.exe (custom report) from HP Chemstation has hardcoded AI x
16000 values (256). (The maximum capacity of a Custom Reports database
is 250 columns by 16,000 says the handbook).
Guess we are still in 8-bit age :-) similiar to 8-bit EXCEL2002. :-(
But there are only around 220 predefined items from the wizard, and
only if you define some additional items you will have no place.
I think there are a lot of "useless" predefined items.
So, a practical way would be to kill some items.
Another way is to transpose all the values. But you have to rewrite
some macros. :-(
Or use another software :-)
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Database Capacity Considerations
With kind regards