Is there a way to convert the Business Card Repeat example to not write a
temp file (...\\tempout.txt)

Yes. In the orig. sample there is a line of code referring to something like, "//of.remove();", but as Dan pointed out:

 You should be able to use any of the methods of the File object,
 including the remove and renameTo methods:

 But I have to echo the huge caveat with the File object:

and not be linked to an external data file
(...\\Test.txt) ? This is an ongoing job & I am trying to get away from
changing the rule every time.  I would like it just to be linked to a
field. (official = Int(sf.GetFieldValue(i, "official"));) Any help would
be greatly appreciated.

FusionPro is reading in the very first line:

newfilename = FusionPro.Composition.inputFileName;

which it now treats as the input file, regardless of which database you select it to compose... as long as the input database contains your new "official" column.

Hope that helps!


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