Background: The Q++ Studio Sample Database includes international bank and public holidays for all 194 countries and 48 semi-autonomous territories of the world. This database is made up of recurrence rules. Some of these holidays rules, the solar ones, depend on Sun Data Sources, and as part of the installation of the Q++ Sample Holidays Database, a dozen or so Sun Data Sources are added to your system. These Sun Data Sources are shown in a lighter font in the Sun Data Source editor, as shown below.
Cause : This message occurs when Q++ notices that one of the Sun Data Sources selected in the Sun Data property of the current script, is part of the Q++ World Holidays Sample Database.
Consequences : Using Sun data sources of the samples database is a bad idea because any of the Sun Data Sources in the sample database could be changed or deleted at a future date, without you being aware of it.
•Select another Sun Data Source : opens the Sun Data property editor so that you can select another Sun Data Source to use to evaluate Sun tokens.
•Create a new Sun Data Source : opens the Sun Data Source Editor so that you may create a new Sun Data Source to be used for the current script.