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Thanks for making this available. I am trying to use this downloaded file to install BDE 5.2. The installation starts fine, but there must be some logic in the installation program because I am getting the error message below, even though I don't have any BDE applications running.
The installation program has detected BDE version 184.108.40.206 currently running. Please close any applications using the BDE and then restart this installation.
Anyone have a resolution for this error message or an alternate BDE 5.2 installer?
Many thanks! --Joe
I have gotten a few "out-of-index" errors since upgrading to Win 7 on one of the clients. I run PDOX 9 with one box acting as a server (only) and 4 clients. I know how to fix the problem with the table repair utility but I was perplexed on what was causing it. After a little reseearch I found the error is prob caused when I tried to access the table from two different places on the local computer. I haven't received the error since then so there is a good chance that is the cause of the problem. The error didn't occur when I was doing the same thing with XP, only with Win 7.
I'm not sure why Win 7 would be more senstive than XP but not being able to access tables from mutiple locations on a local computer is not a big deal...so I don't do it anymore.
getting the exact same behavior from my Tcursor and well into debugging this with the same approach getting no where. Love to know if anyone has an answer. Call tp post record is appropriate as my code changes the data but still giving me the error
Ron Kolegraff Okoboji Iowa
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I ve heard that no of input data flow arrows and output data flow arrows of context diagram and DFD level 0 should be equal. but I confused with that how to count them individually. how to identify that a certain data flow arrow is a input or output ?
The error also happens when Paradox is not closed properly and a "renegade" .lck or .net file is created on the computer on the local drive. Part of the problem with Win 7 is finding the renegade file. Mike's Remlock app works fine if the renegade file is not in a hidden folders but doesn't located them in hidden files.
Furthermore, Win 7 makes it difficult to search into hidden files, even when you check off the boxes. I had to find the renegade files by going into the root dir with the following command
@ dir c:\*lck/s
It shows where the renegade file is and then you can delete it!