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Convert from Clarion 6 to Clarion 8 and getting File () could not be opened error.

Convert from Clarion 6 to Clarion 8 and getting File () could not be opened error.

Convert from Clarion 6 to Clarion 8 and getting File () could not be opened error.

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Hey I am hoping someone can help. I have a update procedure that is taking an error when executing my application. The error only happens when I am changing a record (does not happen when I insert a new record). I am getting a message "File () could not be opened. Error Invalid Filename (45)."

This is a large multi DLL app and has its roots from the old dos version of clarion. I convert to Clarion 8 and no other update procedure is taking this kind of error just this one. Any suggestions????

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