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"Source file not found" Error

Torsten_Hoff
Beginner
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I'm trying to work with results that were collected on a separate test system using the standalone collectors at a command prompt.

When I open the results on my development system in Inspector XE 2011 Update 10 it fails to find the source files. Because I'm analyzing existing results I don't have the option of configuring the search location in the Project Properties. I also can't just browse for the files even though they exist on my system (just not in the location that IXE expects).

The binary I am trying to analyze was built by our Configuration Management team on their build systems, and because their drive letters and directory names are different from mine, the fully qualified path names that Inspector XE looks for are invalid.

Is there a way to get around this?
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Peter_W_Intel
Employee
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There are two ways can be used:

1. Select any binary to create a new project, so you can add source directory to project properties, then open result.

2. Use command line, such as: (for example)
inspxe-cl -finalize -result-dir r000ti3-search-dir all:rp=/home/peter/

More see " inspxe-cl -help finalize"

Hope it helps.

Regards, Peter
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