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Old 10-06-2003, 04:29 PM
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You can get a basic implementation of this by calling a common function in each step's vbld_StepDone event which stores that step's status in a temporary macro named for the step. To update several steps to do this, you can multi-select the steps and edit the step script code to call a common function (StoreStepStatus [defined as a project script function] in the sample). A VBScript sample is attached.
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