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|The dreaded #11013: Can't add an index in code.|
|Sat, Sep 22 2018 5:54 PM||Permanent Link|
>>Do you set the session private directory in your app code or rely on
default value ?<<
Looking at the code, it appears to be set to a subdirectory of the .EXE, which it creates. So, different from the utility.
>>Using network file sharing in general can be slow - i would try to track
down is slow and when.
if you search this newsgroups there are number of things to check inm
case of F/S mode. Making sure AV does not scan files, that server power
plan does not spin down disks and most importantly that users are on
good connections (wired, slow wireless clients can cause issues with
windows file sharing for every user, etc)
Very good info, thank you!
|Mon, Oct 8 2018 7:24 PM||Permanent Link|
DBISAM Engine Error # 11013 Access denied to table or backup file 'customer' >>
My reply more than a month late. If you haven't solved it yet, here is what I do :
Since the table name is specified in your case (customer), more than likely it is a Windows permissions problem on the database folder. So simply browse to the database folder with Windows Explorer. Right click the folder and select "Properties". Click on the"Securities" tab . Ensure that Interactive and Service has "Write" and "Modify" permissions allowed. This usually fixes it. If not, next check the AV software and put an exemption on the database folder so the AV software does not block DBISAM from doing it thing.
If you get the error like "DBISAM Engine Error # 11013 Access denied to table or backup file '2345'". That is a Windows permission issue on the DBISam Session.PrivateDir . So do the same permissions checks as above on the PrivateDir.
|Sun, Oct 21 2018 8:10 PM||Permanent Link|
Gregory Sebastian wrote:
My reply more than a month late. If you haven't solved it yet, here is what I do :>>
I solved it, at least temporarily. It does keep coming up in different places so I will have to look things over again.
(And I don't use AV precisely because of the issues they all seem to create for development.)
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