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Thread: MV I/O Textfile Renderer in Workbench returns INVALID PATH

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    MV I/O Textfile Renderer in Workbench returns INVALID PATH

    I'm new to this forum so please excuse this post if it's in the wrong place. I'm evaluating MontiVision (Windows 7 with all updates) for a project and have run into a problem attempting to write a log file using MV I/O textfile renderer. I use Properties and enter valid template files per the documentation (header,footer,dataset ,and name). I specify a folder which is valid (F:\A). I can access the folder via Windows 7 or a CMD window. I consistently get the pop-up error "F:\A\gary.xml contains an invalid path" (see attached screenshot). I've tried other folders and always get the same error. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    Re: MV I/O Textfile Renderer in Workbench returns INVALID PATH

    Thanks to Marc - problem solved. Make sure there are no trailing line feeds in any template files

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