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  1. #1
    Mike Guest

    Codebase errors


    Hey all,
    I have tried and tried to find some useful information about this, but cannot.
    Maybe one of you can help. I am constantly (maybe 2-5 times a week) getting
    codebase errors -70 and -310 (-70 - error reading file, -310 - not a correct
    index file). Since it is these two specific error that keep occuring, the
    first thing I did was to check the vredir.vdx file in the \windows\system
    folder, but it was the correct version. After that I was not able to find
    anymore documentation concerning those two errors. I should say that the
    errors occur in the clients production environment, but cannot be recreated
    in any of our test systems. Since they do not occur in our test systems,
    logically I want to say that it is a network, server, or workstation problem
    on their end, but of course that is not a solution, only an assumption. Thanks
    for any help,
    Mike.

  2. #2
    Vince Teachout Guest

    Re: Codebase errors

    On 25 Apr 2002 11:11:16 -0800, "Mike" <fly4130@msn.com> wrote:

    >
    >Hey all,
    >I have tried and tried to find some useful information about this, but cannot.
    >Maybe one of you can help. I am constantly (maybe 2-5 times a week) getting
    >codebase errors -70 and -310 (-70 - error reading file, -310 - not a correct
    >index file). Since it is these two specific error that keep occuring, the
    >first thing I did was to check the vredir.vdx file in the \windows\system
    >folder, but it was the correct version. After that I was not able to find
    >anymore documentation concerning those two errors. I should say that the
    >errors occur in the clients production environment, but cannot be recreated
    >in any of our test systems. Since they do not occur in our test systems,
    >logically I want to say that it is a network, server, or workstation problem
    >on their end, but of course that is not a solution, only an assumption. Thanks
    >for any help,
    >Mike.



    Since they're using Codebase, they must have another App that is using the dbf
    files, and probably has an indexing capability. If your foxpro program is also
    creating indexes, it's possible that it's changing it in a way that the other
    program doesn't expect. (collation not machine, no support for a Descending()
    function, etc).

    For example, when I was using a combination of Clipper, CPP and VFP programs, I
    had to let only Clipper rebuild the indexes, else the CPP programs would barf
    with 310 errors. Once I redid the indexes to get rid of Clipper - specific
    index clauses (Descend(Date()), I was able to use foxpro to reindex. Haven't
    seen a 310 in a while, now. HTH.

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