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mgkavisan
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compile error

Post by mgkavisan » September 23rd, 2021, 7:57 am

hi,

actually i m trying to execute old batch edit file and data for making tables cs pro 6.3 but now i m trying to compile the program the error msg was coming like this.the file was also version 6.3 how can i resolve this issue.

ERROR: Invalid CrossTab parameter near line 34 in GLOBAL procedure
ERROR: Item not found in coordinate expression in subtable definition near line 46 in IAIR60_FF procedure


{ ************************** Table Declarations *************************** }

crosstab float(0) TabA UnWeight
RunDay+RunMonth+RunYear
//exclude(rowzero,colzero,percents,totals,specval)
title("NFHS-4: National Report Tables - Chapter 4"," ",
"*** UPDATED: 25 July, 2017 ***");


crosstab float(3) T401 v012w0+Fert1w
hv025Tot+NFHS3TFR+NFHS2TFR+NFHS1TFR
//exclude(rowzero,colzero,percents,totals,specval)
title("Table 4.1 Current fertility"," ",
"Age-specific and total fertility rates and crude birth rates from NFHS-4, NFHS-3, NFHS-2 and NFHS-1 by residence, India")
stub("Age");

crosstab float(3) T401x AgeGroup+Fert1
hv025w1+Total+NFHS3TFR+NFHS2TFR+NFHS1TFR
exclude(rowzero,colzero,percents,totals,specval)
title("Table 4.1x Age-specific and TFR, and CBR");

crosstab float(2) T401e AgeGroup
hv025w1+Total+NFHS3TFR+NFHS2TFR+NFHS1TFR
exclude(rowzero,colzero,percents,totals,specval)

Gregory Martin
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Re: compile error

Post by Gregory Martin » September 23rd, 2021, 9:17 am

Are you using a new computer? If so, make sure that the environment variable OLD_TABS=Y is set if that is how you were previously creating your tabulations. If setting that option does not remind you of something you previously did, you can send your application to cspro@lists.census.gov and we can look at it.

mgkavisan
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Re: compile error

Post by mgkavisan » September 27th, 2021, 3:08 am

Dear Gregory Martin,

Thank you now the problem was resolved.

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