Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Hal Mon, 30 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT Paul Schra#5 / 13 Strange Error I get around this, by re-cycling deleted records. And since the record is a new record, why would you get a 109? Is the table in question ever opened by a regular instance of VFP (as opposed by FoxWeb scripts)? http://sortoutlookemail.com/vfp-error/vfp-error-13.html
Are you buffering tables or views? The strange > > thing > > > is that this error occurs when adding a new record. this error I don't have it 109 Record is in use by another user. 130 Record is not locked. 1705 File access is denied. - NO I n'ever open On an append blank followed by a replace, the record gets > locked when the replace is executed and the fields get populated. > What's probably happening is that the local
Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! And since the record is a new record, why would > > you get a 109? > > The help text for 108 says "You have attempted a USE, DELETE, or One way to get around it is to create a dummy table that you can lock through exclusive use while you do the append/insert. Does this mean that you don't close the file yourself and that you have disabled the Close Tables option in the FoxWeb Control Center?
Since it has to lock the complete file it always prevents other user to edit a (non related) record, and the replace does not work if someone else has a record Very frustrating. js editor Web development ↓ Board index » VFP All times are UTC Strange Error Strange Error Author Message Russell Campbel#1 / 13 Strange Error On a large network You can still do your tableupdates after each record by they will happen when _you_ want them to.
At some instant, the new record materializes but it's blank, the file lock is removed, and the "new" record becomes an "old" record. Please choose a different name (Error 1571) The name of the object file for "file" is already used by another program in the project (Error 2001) The network request is not Object will be ignored (Error 1554) Error instantiating the object "object". (Error 1736) Error loading file - record number n. "object"
Quote:> I get around this, by re-cycling deleted records. if you entered 100 MB and had 4 channels, each channel would be configured with a buffer memory size of 25 MB). Doesn't it wait until the table header can be accessed since it knows that it will only be locked for a split second? TrySet TableValidate To 0 && or 7See help and the SP1 readme.hth-StefanPost by RayOPEN DATABASE MYDB SHAREDUSE MYTABLE SHARED=FLOCK() && or lock("0","mytable") && table is lockedset defa to g:\mydbOPEN DATABASE MYDB
Are > you using buffering? There may be several errors which you have no knowledge about particularly when you are browsing. All you should do is to investigate to be able to know why an error is happening. VFP has the Open Exclusive option enabled by default.
I have a routine that is run every night to ensure that there are 500 (or as many as you want) deleted records in every key table. his comment is here The content you requested has been removed. Subclassing Access/Assign + strange Error 10. The parent is rarely a view. > Thanks for the response.
For files that are static, we ensure that there are > > deleted records available: APPEND BLANK, then DELETE. It's hard to say what is causing the slowdown after a reboot, but it could be that the server is still in the process of starting and initializing its various services. It occurs on the > APPEND > > BLANK or the INSERT INTO (depending on which method I'm using to > accomplish > > the task they're performing). http://sortoutlookemail.com/vfp-error/vfp-error-130.html You'd have to > populate the key value with something.
It works fine until you try to recall the record. The error occurrs at really strange times (including an Administrator running an admin job). If the missing one is a system file, you can fix the error simply by getting a copy of it on the internet.
The weird thing is that the file in question is located in the users Windows TEMP folder; it is created when the program loads using the SYS(2023) command and is opened This just tells you that you have to take action and there's no need to panic. You also stated that the file is always open. When I go to the source code at the specified line number, it's a simple USE statement.
Another way to get around the problem is to turn off Rushmore but that will really slow you down. what does that mean in context? Does this mean that you continuously get the error once you get it initially, or is it an intermittent error that happens once in a while, but goes away shortly? http://sortoutlookemail.com/vfp-error/vfp-error-1923.html It occurs on the > APPEND > > BLANK or the INSERT INTO (depending on which method I'm using to > accomplish > > the task they're performing).
On an Insert, the record is immediately locked and the fields populated before your code get control again. Not a great chance for this problem, but why > introduce it? > > I get around this, by re-cycling deleted records. Prev by Date: Re: error (108) "File is in use by another user" Next by Date: Re: discrepancy between keyboard an mouse Previous by thread: Re: error (108) "File is in Each channel uses the actual value that you enter in the settings.
Cannot define menu item (Error 169) Cannot delete a database object while it is open in a designer (Error 1572) Cannot delete file "name". (Error 2030) Cannot divide by 0 (Error Vfp Error 108 5 out of 5 based on 30 ratings. View Complete Thread | FoxWeb Forum Home Search: Date: Msg ID: From: Thread: Subject: Given the intermittent and brief nature of the problem occurrences, there I use row buffering on the parent table and table buffering on the child (for when there is a parent-child relationship, otherwise it's generally just row buffering).
You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. I assume that you are using the default error handler, rather than replacing it with your own code. Delete the index file and re-create the index (Error 114) Index expression exceeds maximum length (Error 23) Index file does not match table (Error 19) Index or expression does not match OLE object may be corrupt. (Error 1440) OLE IDispatch exception code "name" (Error 1427) OLE IDispatch exception code "number" from "name": "name" (Error 1428) OLE object is invalid or corrupted (Error
I use row buffering on the parent table and table > buffering on the child (for when there is a parent-child relationship, > otherwise it's generally just row buffering). Do you know of any KB articles or other info about this technique or other techniques that can mitigate these problems? Are you explicitly locking and unlocking the table > before and after APPEND BLANK or INSERT INTO? > Those two commands lock the table header. Very strange error in VFP 6 SP3 Powered by phpBB Forum Software microsoft.public.fox.programmer.exchange Discussion: FLOCK function problem on VFP 8 (too old to reply) Ray 2003-10-30 10:38:40 UTC PermalinkRaw
Virtual Memory Too Low There are programs which take a lot of RAM space. sounds like it >would slow things down. Then you can proceed to the advanced tab and settings.