In Today's article I discuss the new error message that pops up when you create a runtime for a pre-10 version of FactoryTalk View Studio.
Recently, a student asked me why he was getting an error message when he created a version 8 .MER runtime file in version 10 of FactoryTalk Machine Edition.
To find out, I booted View Studio v10 up and attempted to create a v8 runtime.
At first glance, you may think this message is instructing you to install a patch for v10.
But a closer inspection reveals the error message is actually saying to restore this .MER file using View Studio 9 or earlier will require those older versions of View Studio to be patched.
For more information, as well as a link to the patch, click HERE.
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