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December 29, 2006

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sayenjole

Nice graphs.Now if only you could point config Source at a parent directory it might be useful. Quite ridiculous that it doesn't support absolute paths or at least ..\ notation...

Steve Beller, PhD

I had missed the comment posted earlier this year by sanjenjole, so I'm replying now.

The data presentation desscribed in this post refers to how the CP Split method uses spreadsheet templates and CSV file to exchange data files and generate reports from those data. The underlying code DOES support absolute paths, parent directories, subfolders, etc. when retreiving the data and template files. Such paths are also supported when quering the orginal data sources.

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