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CWBTF0022 : PC file not found/locked

CWBTF0022 : PC file not found/locked

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In thread thread513-146052: Client Access error CWBTF0022 : PC file not found/locked, there was some discussion of this problem, and yet no solution posted.  i ran into the same problem this morning, and was able to resolve the issue by copying the pc file and moving it higher up the directory structure in windows.  i can not say why that worked, or if worked because the file i wanted to transfer was now in a "closer" directory to the pc file description (*.FDF), but it did work for me.

RE: CWBTF0022 : PC file not found/locked

In the windoze world the max path length is ~248 - 260 characters. see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa365247.aspx for more information.

hth

Mike Butler
Now former Iseries Guy -> PC's back, SUNs gone Iseries gone- BooHoo
"Never put off 'til tomorrow what you should have done yesterday"

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