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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/9/2011 8:12:08 PM   
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This unlikely to be the problem. It appears that the original code was written for use in east Europe.

Agreed. I had to repair the same two routines as you did to get the date/time standard aligned correctly so it would find the right file name. Initially it was looking for CombatReport2.txt for me....


I'm not sure, if I understand correctly... I was not good student of foreign languages...

So, you sad that after replacing "." with "/" in getdate routines all function of SReporter runs?

btw. sorry to all, combatreport2.txt bug was my very stupid mistake. if i will be able to spare some worktime tomorrow, i will upload repaired Sub Reporter within next 24 hours.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/9/2011 8:19:16 PM   
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rcm1616 - THANKS for you efforts on this.  As you can see, it has generated a LOT of interest!   Just like the combat reporter tool, this looks to be one of my game standards.

Keep up the great work!!

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/9/2011 9:43:32 PM   
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Macros are disabled in the general case as a mechanism to allow the user to protect him/herself from malicious code.

When the spreadsheet is loaded (in the newer versions) a toolbar option becomes available to enable the macro. This is a once off choice and must be immediately enabled before doing anything else. It is also possible to set the directory where this spreadsheet is stored to be a 'safe' source of spreadsheets and then macros will automatically be enabled.

I can't quite remember the mechanism for the older Excel application, but a similar option definately exists to enable macros in the spreadsheet. You will need to hunt around for it a bit.


Not in MS Excel Starter. See below

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/10/2011 12:04:42 AM   
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Well Sgt Swanson,

I see from your screen dump that macros are not available in the starter edition at all.

It seems that you will have to upgrade or swap to OpenOffice (for example) to use this tool.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/10/2011 12:56:55 AM   
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Not having any luck with this in open office either. No buttons (have Macros enabled under tools setting).

Any ideas? Looks like a great tool.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/10/2011 1:05:23 AM   
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Not having any luck with this in open office either. No buttons (have Macros enabled under tools setting).

Any ideas? Looks like a great tool.



Sorry I don't have OpenOffice installed. I am surprised by your posting though. I had understood that this product pretty much covered much of what was in the Office suite.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/10/2011 5:13:53 AM   
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OK, I have spent a fair bit of time on the code for this tool.

With the initial BETA release a number of fault conditions may have presented themselves.

1. As previously reported, construction of date strings using the "." token instead of the "/" token would cause a failure in the GetSunkShipDate and GetDayDate functions when calling the DateValue function. Due to the rather limited facilities of VBA I have coded a utility routine to determine the date separator by implicitly leveraging the not so accessible locale data of Microsoft Excel.

The function is

Function GetDateSeparator() As String
Dim MyStr As String
Dim i As Long
Dim b As Byte

MyStr = Format(Date, "Short Date")
GetDateSeparator = "?"

For i = 1 To Len(MyStr)
c = Mid(MyStr, i, 1)
If Not IsNumeric(c) Then
GetDateSeparator = c
Exit For
End If
Next i
End Function

and the code line in GetSunkShipDate and GetDayDate

s = sDay + "." + sMonth + "." + sYear

has been replaced with

s = sDay + DateSeparator + sMonth + DateSeparator + sYear.

2. The second failure would always be noticed on any platform where WITP AE was not installed on the C drive.

The original code section was:
f.WriteLine("c:")
f.WriteLine("cd + WITPAEPath + "\SCEN")

Now as in my case, suppose WITPAEPath contained the value "E:\Matrix Games\WITPAE".

This would then yield a batch file with the following two lines in it.
c:
cd "E:\Matrix Games\WITPAE\SCEN"

Since the current drive is different to the directory we wish to change to, the change directory command will always fail.

3. Some discussion has taken place earlier surrounding the probable need to use the beta version of witploadAE.exe
Examination of the original code in the spreadsheet shows the call to be "witploadAE.exe" & "/s" & ScenNo & " /e /b,"

In essence setting the column separator to a ',' token which just happens to be the default anyway.
I have now rigorously tested this using the stock version and the '\b' flag removed without any hint of a problem. I am satisfied that either version of this program will satisfy the requirements of this spreadsheet.

4. Two further errors were detected when attempting to execute the Batch file described in point 2 once it was correctly generated. Although they were slightly different errors they had the identical root cause and thus the same solution. The original code did not take into account the possibility of embedded space characters in a file path. This caused the chdir (cd) command in the batch file and also the call to the shell environment to run the batch file to fail.

To resolve this another utility function was cobbled together to wrap the path in an extra set of '"' tokens.

Function PrepareLongPathName(LongName As String) As String
' Chr(34) creates a " token
PrepareLongPathName = Chr(34) + LongName + Chr(34)
End Function

The MakeBat() subroutine is now

Sub MakeBAT()
Dim fs, f
Dim Line As String
Dim p As Long

' Line = "witploadAE.exe" & "/s" & ScenNo & " /e /b,"
Line = "witploadAE.exe" & " /s" & ScenNo & " /e"

Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set f = fs.OpenTextFile(BATPath, 8, True, 0)

' Determine the disk drive from the default path
' If none defined assume it is drive C
p = InStr(1, WITPAEPath, ":", vbTextCompare)
f.Writeline (IIf(p > 0, Left(WITPAEPath, 2), "c:"))

' This rather weird statement is wrapping an extra
' set of " tokens around the command to ensure
' that the DOS environment can actually find the
' command in the event of embedded spaces existing
' in the path tree
s = "cd " + PrepareLongPathName(WITPAEPath + "\SCEN")

f.Writeline (s)
f.Writeline (Line)

f.Close
End Sub

Once all of the above was complete the program was essentially running albeit with a few boundary error conditions.

I have also updated the code to initialise the Combat Reports and MONTHS pages whenever a fresh Database import was requested. This was an unfortunate omission and a necessary change.

A bit of 'eye candy' has also been added in the form of a non-modal dialogue box showing processing states.
And finally, the code has been formatted and some white space added to make it a bit more readable.

I hope that rcm1616 does not get too upset with the fact that I have climbed into his/her code and given it a bit of a work over. The idea of this tool was so darn good, I wanted a working copy right away. Sadly since I have never programmed with VBA before, it took me a while longer than it needed to.

Attached is a fresh BETA release for everyone to try out.

Good luck all and enjoy rcm1616s tool...


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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/10/2011 10:41:40 AM   
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I hope that rcm1616 does not get too upset with the fact that I have climbed into his/her code and given it a bit of a work over. The idea of this tool was so darn good, I wanted a working copy right away. Sadly since I have never programmed with VBA before, it took me a while longer than it needed to.

Attached is a fresh BETA release for everyone to try out.

Good luck all and enjoy rcm1616s tool...



Great work! Many thanks.
I had fixed all this bugs just few minutes before I have read your message.
But your solutions are more elegant... I will use them.

btw. My name is Richard. But I prefer nickname Grimasa. I don't know how (and if its possible) to change username on this forum...



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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/10/2011 11:11:17 PM   
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You have to start a new account to do that I think

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/11/2011 7:04:49 AM   
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Thanks for the effors guys

I got the tool to load and work properly I think. The date of last loaded is 30/11/42, last date in game vs Herb. However all the fields are empy and there are no records at all. Does this work like Tracker where you see nothing in the first turn you load but yes thereafter? One more dumbass question, do I have to import records manually at every turn like we update in Tracker?

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/11/2011 7:48:29 AM   
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Thanks for the effors guys

I got the tool to load and work properly I think. The date of last loaded is 30/11/42, last date in game vs Herb. However all the fields are empy and there are no records at all. Does this work like Tracker where you see nothing in the first turn you load but yes thereafter? One more dumbass question, do I have to import records manually at every turn like we update in Tracker?


Records are visible directly after every new load (turn or multiple turns - depends on which kind of import you choose)
Are you sure, that you have correctly set from/to dates? There is no date validation in scripts, so it's possible to set dates incorrectly. Last time, I have set from date: 7/12/42 and to date: 31/12/41 everything looks fine.
Program seems run correctly, but no record imported... Maybe you've made same mistake.



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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/11/2011 8:06:52 AM   
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Not having any luck with this in open office either. No buttons (have Macros enabled under tools setting).

Any ideas? Looks like a great tool.



Sorry I don't have OpenOffice installed. I am surprised by your posting though. I had understood that this product pretty much covered much of what was in the Office suite.

The VB code seems to be commented out when I loaded it into OpenOffice.
Maybe it is the version of excel you have built it under. OO might not be fully enabled for newer Excels - from memory it shows 2007 in its save list.

I actually managed to get it to restore the VB code in OO 3.3 but it complains about syntax errors on some of the VB code.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/11/2011 5:29:22 PM   
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I keep getting the same error when I try and run it.

When trying to import a single record

Run-time error "53":

File not found


When Import from Archive

Run-time error "13":

Type mismatch

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/11/2011 6:09:11 PM   
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Thanks for the efforts guys

I got the tool to load and work properly I think. The date of last loaded is 30/11/42, last date in game vs Herb. However all the fields are empty and there are no records at all. Does this work like Tracker where you see nothing in the first turn you load but yes thereafter? One more dumbass question, do I have to import records manually at every turn like we update in Tracker?


Records are visible directly after every new load (turn or multiple turns - depends on which kind of import you choose)
Are you sure, that you have correctly set from/to dates? There is no date validation in scripts, so it's possible to set dates incorrectly. Last time, I have set from date: 7/12/42 and to date: 31/12/41 everything looks fine.
Program seems run correctly, but no record imported... Maybe you've made same mistake.





Indeed I did. I have it working now

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/11/2011 10:48:55 PM   
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Thanks, for the info. Probably will try to load into into EXCEL on my work laptop and then back save it to an earlier version for use in open Office.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/12/2011 3:20:42 AM   
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ORIGINAL: cantona2

Thanks for the efforts guys

I got the tool to load and work properly I think. The date of last loaded is 30/11/42, last date in game vs Herb. However all the fields are empty and there are no records at all. Does this work like Tracker where you see nothing in the first turn you load but yes thereafter? One more dumbass question, do I have to import records manually at every turn like we update in Tracker?


Records are visible directly after every new load (turn or multiple turns - depends on which kind of import you choose)
Are you sure, that you have correctly set from/to dates? There is no date validation in scripts, so it's possible to set dates incorrectly. Last time, I have set from date: 7/12/42 and to date: 31/12/41 everything looks fine.
Program seems run correctly, but no record imported... Maybe you've made same mistake.





Indeed I did. I have it working now

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/12/2011 7:32:26 AM   
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I keep getting the same error when I try and run it.

When trying to import a single record

Run-time error "53":

File not found


When Import from Archive

Run-time error "13":

Type mismatch


Do you have last version 1.1a?


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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/12/2011 2:55:51 PM   
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Thanks, for the info. Probably will try to load into into EXCEL on my work laptop and then back save it to an earlier version for use in open Office.


Hi, I am busy with a software patch for this at the moment. I have done exactly the same as you intended and saved the file as a *.xls file. This triggered some failures which I have now programmed around, although with a small cost in performance during initial database construction time. Fortunately this step is a once off so things could have been worse. It is the fastest of three different approaches I took. If there is a faster one, I have not found it yet.

A second problem exists in the Pivotable definitions. Apparently something in this definition is not portable to earlier versions. I have no idea what that is exactly. I am trying to finger the precise cause of this complaint at the moment.

Once that is done I intend to install OpenOffice and investigate Michaelm's observation that the macro code is all commented out (disabled).


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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/12/2011 3:19:17 PM   
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Thanks, for the info. Probably will try to load into into EXCEL on my work laptop and then back save it to an earlier version for use in open Office.


Hi, I am busy with a software patch for this at the moment. I have done exactly the same as you intended and saved the file as a *.xls file. This triggered some failures which I have now programmed around, although with a small cost in performance during initial database construction time. Fortunately this step is a once off so things could have been worse. It is the fastest of three different approaches I took. If there is a faster one, I have not found it yet.

A second problem exists in the Pivotable definitions. Apparently something in this definition is not portable to earlier versions. I have no idea what that is exactly. I am trying to finger the precise cause of this complaint at the moment.

Once that is done I intend to install OpenOffice and investigate Michaelm's observation that the macro code is all commented out (disabled).



I found interesting, maybe useful tool for migrating to OOffice. Look here: http://www.business-spreadsheets.com/vba2oo.asp

If you are able to port data import scripts to earlier version of excel, pivot tables definitions are no big deal . It can be done manually (in 20-30 minutes).


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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/12/2011 3:38:14 PM   
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I keep getting the same error when I try and run it.

When trying to import a single record

Run-time error "53":

File not found


When Import from Archive

Run-time error "13":

Type mismatch


Do you have last version 1.1a?



I downloaded 1.1a and am trying to loac from archive from 7 Dec to 31 Dec. I've tried 7/12/1941 to 31/12/1941 and the all of 42 and I only get 8 ships and multiple
Run time error "70"
Permisison denied

errors

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/12/2011 7:57:20 PM   
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Do you have last version 1.1a?

[/quote]

I downloaded 1.1a and am trying to loac from archive from 7 Dec to 31 Dec. I've tried 7/12/1941 to 31/12/1941 and the all of 42 and I only get 8 ships and multiple
Run time error "70"
Permisison denied

errors
[/quote]

Try to click Debug on error window, then press F5 in debugging window, program will continue to run.

If i'm not wrong, its problem caused by script trying to create temporary file with same name as existing which may be deleted, but filesystem didn't make it in time. (slower HDD, or disk may be busy with reading/writing something else)

Or try to load from archive only one or few day at once. I know, that's no solution, but kind of workaround...
I will try fix this bug later.








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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/13/2011 4:51:28 AM   
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Do you have last version 1.1a?



I downloaded 1.1a and am trying to loac from archive from 7 Dec to 31 Dec. I've tried 7/12/1941 to 31/12/1941 and the all of 42 and I only get 8 ships and multiple
Run time error "70"
Permisison denied

errors


Try to click Debug on error window, then press F5 in debugging window, program will continue to run.

If i'm not wrong, its problem caused by script trying to create temporary file with same name as existing which may be deleted, but filesystem didn't make it in time. (slower HDD, or disk may be busy with reading/writing something else)

Or try to load from archive only one or few day at once. I know, that's no solution, but kind of workaround...
I will try fix this bug later.



I got that to work with th F5 command. I did notice as it loads it starts out as DDMMYY and then switches to MMDDYY on the 13th. The Combat Reports tab then shows me hitting a sub on Oct 12 41 (10/12/1941) YYYY/M = 1941/10

I suspect this messes with my monthly totals.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/13/2011 12:31:26 PM   
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[/quote]

I got that to work with th F5 command. I did notice as it loads it starts out as DDMMYY and then switches to MMDDYY on the 13th. The Combat Reports tab then shows me hitting a sub on Oct 12 41 (10/12/1941) YYYY/M = 1941/10

I suspect this messes with my monthly totals.
[/quote]

I'm sorry rjopel. Version I have uploaded last time was not 1.1a. Please try download it again. There are implemented some improvements from Bruce, which solved problem with incorrect format of date.


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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/13/2011 3:02:33 PM   
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I got that to work with th F5 command. I did notice as it loads it starts out as DDMMYY and then switches to MMDDYY on the 13th. The Combat Reports tab then shows me hitting a sub on Oct 12 41 (10/12/1941) YYYY/M = 1941/10

I suspect this messes with my monthly totals.


This change in the date format is not a good sign at all. Did you change the default system data format? Have you run the game on different computers where the default date format was different?

You now have me wondering whether a programmatic solution exists to detect this change and normalise the date format to a consistent form automatically.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/13/2011 3:55:54 PM   
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I have not changed the default date format from "English (United States)" M/d/yyyy

I don't have a another computer to test on.


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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/13/2011 7:42:34 PM   
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rjopel: you could just send me your data, I will look at it on my computer...

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/14/2011 1:51:04 AM   
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Fat chance you Jap spy.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/14/2011 2:07:49 AM   
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Ropel,

I have just PM'd you with some info.

Please check your mailbox.

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/14/2011 3:26:16 AM   
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I have loaded the SubmarineReporter_B11a, made the settings as they should be, turned on macros. All I can load is the last day's Allied sub kill (6/4/1943). I have tried to load other allied days and other japanese days with nothing loading. When I do an archive load, there will be a small window flash, then it jumps to the combat reports tab with no data.

I have no error messages. What am I missing, please?

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RE: Submarine Reporter for Excel 2010 BETA - 10/14/2011 9:34:03 AM   
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I have loaded the SubmarineReporter_B11a, made the settings as they should be, turned on macros. All I can load is the last day's Allied sub kill (6/4/1943). I have tried to load other allied days and other japanese days with nothing loading. When I do an archive load, there will be a small window flash, then it jumps to the combat reports tab with no data.

I have no error messages. What am I missing, please?



Check from/to dates. It's looks like incorrect date settings.

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