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.net and .lck files

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bphilip
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I am running my applications from 6 work stations.
Some time I get an error saying the table you requested is being used by another user.
But If I delete the .net and .lck files, the application runs fine.

Can Anyone give any suggetions regarding this.

Can we delete this files using Object pal when ever the system encounters this error message?

Thanks in Advance.

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Thanks for the reply. I will check the path set to .net file from all the workstations.

Thanks
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One, or more, of those workstations is not using the same .net file as the others.

The path to the .net file must be EXACTLY the same on all computers that will use the same tables/directories. Only the drive LETTER may differ.

Nor can you use MAPPED drives that point to part of the path and the rest be the same.

That includes the computer that is hosting the data, if it is also accessing the data; ie. it can't use c:\mydata\paradox\data, while the others use "m:" (which is mapped to c:\mydata on the hosting machine) and "paradox\data".(m:\paradox\data).
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1. BDE Best Practices: Safely Use Paradox Tables

Use a file server (not a workstation) to store your data, disable Oplocks on the filer server, and configure the BDE (local share to true and optimize if desired). Finally, if workstations are crashing, fix em so they don't. You want clean running computers that don't crash.

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