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I currently have an Analytical App built on my desktop just fine. When I send to someone else, I get "Entry point Invalid".
I realize I cans end them the Exported .yxzp file, but ultimately I want others to use my workflow without them having the packaged workflow.
Is there something I can do to make sure the Batch Macros are included in the .yxzp file when I send to someone else? I have yet to find a concrete solution on the community for this issue. The only solution I've seen is to package the workflow, and make sure to Make the dependencies ALL RELATIVE, which I have done and didn't make a difference.
If anyone can respond soon, that would be extremely helpful and highly appreciated!
Thank you for your responses. I actually discovered the answer, albeit in a rather unexpected way.
First, I saved my workflow as a .yxwz file.
Second, I Exported the Packaged workflow to my desktop.
Third, I then Opened up the Packaged Workflow (.yxzp file) I just saved, which then creates an unzipped folder on my desktop containing everything in the workflow I need.
FInally, I then placed that unzipped folder into a Zip file, and then sent to the user to then use the .yxwz file. They jsut need to click on it, and it's ready for use. No need for them to open up the packaged workflow, etc.
My main goal for asking this question is that I built a bot that needs to utilize just the Analytical App.