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must Subdialog Return return a value?

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Created by: Janine Graves on 30-10-2008 04:44:00 PM
Hi, I'm wondering if this is a Bug:

When I use the new Subdialog Invoke element, I get a runtime error in the subdialog when the subdialog (which is a Local Studio App) executes its Subdialog Return without returning a value.

It's all fine if the subdialog DOES return a value.

But, if it does NOT return anything, then I get a runtime error.

I've already checked the syntax and I know that the Subdialog Invoke is not expecting anything. And I see that the return value is optional. So, I assume this is a bug (or an undocumented feature), is that true?
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