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Error while browsing CSV file

Error while browsing CSV file

Hello everybody,

I have this error while browsing CSV file
Error: (Unsupported File Driver Function(80))
Any way to avoid this error.

Thank you all

RE: Error while browsing CSV file

Ref from Clarion help:
Error 80 - The file driver has detected a file access statement that is not supported. This is frequently an unsupported form (different parameters) of a statement that is supported.

ie. Are you trying to use a Key or other unsupported access statement with a Basic file driver?

RE: Error while browsing CSV file

No. Just simple browsing.


RE: Error while browsing CSV file


You cannot BROWSE a CSV file as it does not support certain statements like PREVIOUS(). This has been rectified in the latest version of Clarion 8 but if you are using an older version, you only choice is to read the CSV file into a local Queue or In-Memory (IMDD) file and browse that. IMDD would be a better choice as it can support keys/indexes.


RE: Error while browsing CSV file

THank you Shankar for the info. But I dont have IMDD registered, so I tried to register it but I couldnt find C60MEM.DLL. Iam using Clarion 6.3, any idea from where can I get it.

with lots of thanks

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