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019 - ERROR IN DELETING RECORD IN FILE - OBJPROP


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#1 Matthews Estrice

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 10:19 AM

Dear All,

The last 2 weeks,we have developed about 119 new functions.I have decided to do a bulk build yesterday.

I am getting errors in the functions which were developed in February early this year.These functions were tested and marked as complete.We have never had any functions that have errors in our boots whenever we do a

bulk GEN.The following is the 2 errors we are getting in each function genned:-

019 - ERROR IN DELETING RECORD IN FILE - OBJPROP
then followed by error
017 - ERROR IN READING FILE - OBJPROP

This happens on PROIV version 6.2 on a 64 bit windows machine with MSSQL database environment.

I tried deleting the function and restoring from the backup .vpx file,during the restoration,I get the same errors.

Is there anyway I can fixed the objprop.pro bootstrap FD?


Please help,
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Posted 18 September 2012 - 01:30 PM

Have you ischk'ed the file. Are the o/s permissions correct. A restore from a vpx would have deleted the old source before bringing in the new, so it sounds like the file may be corrupt.
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Posted 21 September 2012 - 10:06 AM

Hi Darren,

We tried to ischk the objprop.pro file,no luck.You were hundred percent correct when you said that the .vpx backup we tried to restore the functions from was corrupted.

We restored the objprop.pro backup from the boots folder we backed up in July,that helped us.We are up and running now.


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