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RoboHelp 2015 deleted some table IDs after imported from RoboHelp 2010

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Apr 15, 2016

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Hello everyone,

I just upgraded from RoboHelp 2010 to 2015 and noticed that 2015 has deleted some table IDs in the code.  I do have the last update that brings the version to 12.0.3.428.  I tried to use the "Find and Replace" tool to look in the code so it could find <table > and replace with <table id="gray_table">.  I keep getting "No files found with matching text." despite the fact I have the "Find in Source Code" checked off.  I have deleted the cpd file and re-started RoboHelp but made no difference.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

"In your actual code, does the table tag have an extra space like your example? <table > or is it <table>"

Yes it does have the extra space.  I only assumed that the space was due to the stripping of the table ID...  Not very nice coming from RoboHelp.

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RoboHelp 2015 deleted some table IDs after imported from RoboHelp 2010

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Hello everyone,

I just upgraded from RoboHelp 2010 to 2015 and noticed that 2015 has deleted some table IDs in the code.  I do have the last update that brings the version to 12.0.3.428.  I tried to use the "Find and Replace" tool to look in the code so it could find <table > and replace with <table id="gray_table">.  I keep getting "No files found with matching text." despite the fact I have the "Find in Source Code" checked off.  I have deleted the cpd file and re-started RoboHelp but made no difference.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

"In your actual code, does the table tag have an extra space like your example? <table > or is it <table>"

Yes it does have the extra space.  I only assumed that the space was due to the stripping of the table ID...  Not very nice coming from RoboHelp.

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I've found that I like to use Notepad++ for Find and Replace. Probably not the answer you are looking for.

In your actual code, does the table tag have an extra space like your example? <table > or is it <table>  Perhaps that might be why it isn't finding it?

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"In your actual code, does the table tag have an extra space like your example? <table > or is it <table>"

Yes it does have the extra space.  I only assumed that the space was due to the stripping of the table ID...  Not very nice coming from RoboHelp.

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