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Author Exporting a .gno file to Gedcom and importing back produces errors to the Problem Spotter
Posted Friday, July 24, 2015 - Post #35276
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Export to gedcom format - the strange results.
My file .gno:
Statistics - individuals (object Count)  - 1244 
Problem Spotter - Problem - 16 - All 'The display order of children does not match their date of births' - It Is made by me for best image tree.
 I tried to export my tree in format gedcom and has then checked Problem Spotter, results:
File .ged  (File/Export/Export to gedcom format)
Statistics - individuals (object Count)   - 1244 
Problem Spotter - Problem - 16 - all 'The display order of children does not match their date of births'

File .ged  (File/Export/Export to gedcom format via Report Generator)
Statistics - individuals (object Count) -  1211
Problem Spotter - Problem - 5
1.The individual died before he was born   - (but individual was born 30.08.1957, died 01.03.2010)
2.The individual is linked to 2 biological families               
3.The individual is overlapping with another individual         
4,5.The family is overlapping with another family                  

Edited: Friday, July 24, 2015 by GenoProSupport
Posted Friday, July 24, 2015 - Post #35277
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Thanks for reporting the issue.  The architecture of GenoPro 2016 (which is 18 years old by the way) has some issues importing objects within objects, thus most of the Gedcom import is like a 'hack' to make it work.  I added to our tracking software the requirement for 'round-trip' export to Gedcom.
Posted Saturday, December 19, 2020 - Post #40996
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I am using 3.1.0.1 and I am getting a problem spotter "the individual died before he was born" and yet the dates are correct. Has this bug been addressed yet? This is the only thread I could find: do point me to a better one if such exists.
Posted Sunday, December 20, 2020 - Post #40998
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I am using 3.1.0.1 and I am getting a problem spotter "the individual died before he was born" and yet the dates are correct. Has this bug been addressed yet? This is the only thread I could find: do point me to a better one if such exists.


By any chance was the individual less than one year old on death and was the date of birth and/or the date of death at the end or beginning of a month. I vaguely remember an error being reported many (probably around 20) years ago - preceding this particular forum. Unfortunately the post no longer exists, but I do remember it was a very rare occurrence that only affected a very restricted combination of dates. As far as I know the problem was never corrected.
Posted Sunday, December 20, 2020 - Post #40999
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Yes: DoB 30/04/1885 DoD 01/03/1886 so 10 months old and the software thinks he was aged minus 10 months 1 day.

Should I report this in the bugs section of this board?
Posted Thursday, December 31, 2020 - Post #41028
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Yes: DoB 30/04/1885 DoD 01/03/1886 so 10 months old and the software thinks he was aged minus 10 months 1 day.
Thank you. I entered in the database as issue #3374. We will release a fix for this in GenoPro 2021.


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