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Error 9006 and 9001

2 posts in NT Last posting was on 2006-06-05 15:06:28.0Z
Tim Stone Posted on 2006-06-02 22:44:51.0Z
From: "Tim Stone" <timstone@masterlinksoftware.com>
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Subject: Error 9006 and 9001
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2006 15:44:51 -0700
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I have a client who is running ADS 7.1 LOCAL ( sorry, I want him ADS and
keep pushing it ). He is suddenly getting 9006 errors and 9001 errors.

I isolated this to two files and there were memo problems. Then I fixed the
files and everything works fine on my computer. However, he cannot write to
the files and gets the error 9001.

Because this was a sudden onset, I'm wondering if their is an intruder (
virus, worm, TJ, spyware ... anything ) that is shown to be causing data
crashes with ADS. It would be new.

The program is xHarbour, using the ADS DBFCDX RDD, and the files were
created with the same driver, so there is no compatibility issue. Also, it
runs fine everywhere else, and ran fine here, until this sudden onset.

Your ideas would be appreciated.

Tim


Mark Wilkins Posted on 2006-06-05 15:06:28.0Z
From: "Mark Wilkins" <tired@of.spam>
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Subject: Re: Error 9006 and 9001
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Hi Tim,

9001 errors have not existed in the product since version 2.7 or something
like that. Maybe he has a really old version of adsloc32.dll on his PC.

Mark Wilkins
Advantage R&D

"Tim Stone" <timstone@masterlinksoftware.com> wrote in message
news:4480be95@solutions.advantagedatabase.com...
>I have a client who is running ADS 7.1 LOCAL ( sorry, I want him ADS and
>keep pushing it ). He is suddenly getting 9006 errors and 9001 errors.
>
> I isolated this to two files and there were memo problems. Then I fixed
> the files and everything works fine on my computer. However, he cannot
> write to the files and gets the error 9001.
>
> Because this was a sudden onset, I'm wondering if their is an intruder (
> virus, worm, TJ, spyware ... anything ) that is shown to be causing data
> crashes with ADS. It would be new.
>
> The program is xHarbour, using the ADS DBFCDX RDD, and the files were
> created with the same driver, so there is no compatibility issue. Also,
> it runs fine everywhere else, and ran fine here, until this sudden onset.
>
> Your ideas would be appreciated.
>
> Tim
>