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Mr. Leonardo Barrouin Melo

Subject: WEAP - LEAP Linking   
Posted: 5/26/2020 Viewed: 1799 times
WEAP is not linking with the new version of LEAP (2020.1.0.2).

Message (Warning): This version of WEAP(2019.2) can only be linked to LEAP version 2018.0.1.11 or later. The version of LEAP you have installed is 2020.1.0.2.
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: WEAP - LEAP Linking   
Posted: 5/29/2020 Viewed: 1797 times
Yes, there was a problem in WEAP 2019.2 that prevented it from linking to LEAP 2020.

I just posted a new version of WEAP (2019.201) that will link to LEAP 2020 (and earlier versions of LEAP also).

Jack
Mr. Leonardo Barrouin Melo

Subject: Re: WEAP - LEAP Linking   
Posted: 6/1/2020 Viewed: 1780 times
Thank you Mr. Sieber!
Topic "WEAP - LEAP Linking"