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ldunn (IS/IT--Management)
18 Aug 05 10:47
I have a test environment set up in our SBT 5.0 system. I tried to access it this morning and am receiving this error: SYCCACC is missing and needs to close. I have tried copying these files from the "real" SBT system over and it is not fixing it. Has anyone seen this before?
fitedgar (MIS)
18 Aug 05 11:08
Make sure that SYCdata.dbf, sycints.dbf, sycpath.dbf and sysdata.dbf have all correct paths.
Delete all *.mem files

Regards,

Integrated Bar Code Systems, Inc.
Edgar
TallGuyinIT (IS/IT--Management)
19 Aug 05 13:24
I have my test environment setup on another computer with a shared hard drive. I just change the drive mapping when I want to work with the test environment. Just remember to map it back to live data when you are done.

ldunn (IS/IT--Management)
22 Aug 05 15:37
I have mapped it correctly, it still gives me that same error. I haven't touched the "test" environment in months so I don't know what could have happened between now and then but I can't get it to work. i'm not sure where to go from here.
SBTBILL (Programmer)
22 Aug 05 19:59
Pro has a lot of files with data paths.  Also, there are *.mem files that are checked first.  If the *.mem files are wrong it will never get to the tables.

Bill Couture
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