I know that Lookout generates a source code file with an LKS extension whenever you save a process file. Can anyone explain the relationship between the two files, especially while the process (L4P) is running?
Is it just a backup file that can be recompiled into a process file?
Can a corrupt LKS file cause strange problems with a running process file?
I am currently experiencing some very odd intermittent behavior with a running process file. I first thought the problem was associated with my Fieldpoint modules and/or their configuration. I have since found that my process file had a corrupt LKS file. I have repaired and recompiled my LKS file into a new process file. I still do not know if I fixed the problem or not. The problem is so intermittent I only have about 20-30 SECONDS to troubleshoot it before it goes away. Then it may not show up again for another 2-3 days.