If you have two separate files and in file 1 you have a Insert from URL script step where you store your result in a Variable, then after import to file 2, that causes a error in the Error Log.
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This is normal behavior. Since that local variable doesn't exist when you import the script, you will receive an error 10 (Requested data is missing). The same would hold true if you import into a field that doesn't exist in the destination file, but you would instead receive an error 102 (Field is missing).
That does not really make sense. I would choose to create a Variable when I use Insert from URL, why would this cause a error? Would it not just set the Variable as it was in the other file and it would work straight away.
I have asked Development and Testing for a review.
Development and Testing are already aware of this issue when copying and pasting a script step that specifies a variable as the target. Your post has been attached to the original report. When more information becomes available, I will post again.
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