How to suppress warning 41739, StorePath required ?

Is there any way to suppress annoying warnings about StorePath required? I am using move command in error handler to rise robot to safe level after some specific situations. I never need to store nor restore any path. I even do not have Path Recovery option installed, but still getting this warning.
It might be confusing for our customer to get some warnings in log during normal operation. Is it bug or feature? RW7.3.1.
Thanks!
Fritz.
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  • lemster68
    lemster68 United States ✭✭✭
    Did you use ClearPath instruction?
    Lee Justice
  • Fritz
    Fritz Tallinn
    lemster68 said:
    Did you use ClearPath instruction?

    Yes, I did try to execute it before MoveL command in error handler. No change in behaviour.
  • lemster68
    lemster68 United States ✭✭✭
    StopMove prior to that?
    Lee Justice
  • Fritz
    Fritz Tallinn
    edited September 22
    I did try:
                WaitRob \InPos;
                tmpPosition := CRobT(\Tool := CurrentTool, \WObj := wobj0);
                IF tmpPosition.trans.z < Settings.ZSafeLevel - 10 THEN
                    StopMove;
                    ClearPath;
                    StartMove;
                    tmpPosition.trans.z := Settings.ZSafeLevel;
                    MoveL tmpPosition, v200, fine, CurrentTool \WObj := wobj0;
                    WaitRob \InPos;
                ENDIF
    But still generates warnings in log.
    Fritz.



  • Fritz said:
    I did try:
                WaitRob \InPos;
                tmpPosition := CRobT(\Tool := CurrentTool, \WObj := wobj0);
                IF tmpPosition.trans.z < Settings.ZSafeLevel - 10 THEN
                    StopMove;
                    ClearPath;
                    StartMove;
                    tmpPosition.trans.z := Settings.ZSafeLevel;
                    MoveL tmpPosition, v200, fine, CurrentTool \WObj := wobj0;
                    WaitRob \InPos;
                ENDIF
    But still generates warnings in log.
    Fritz.



    Have you tried using SkipWarn before the warning appears?

  • Fritz
    Fritz Tallinn
    Did not help.
    Seems to be really deeply integrated warning :)