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PVSW files disapearing

PVSW files disapearing

PVSW files disapearing

(OP)
I'm running into a problem where the files inside the PVSW folder are getting deleted/disappearing when we try to install the program on client machines that access Pervasive.  Has anyone seen that one before?

RE: PVSW files disapearing

I've seen that when the Pervasive System Analyzer archives the files on the server.  It typically happens when the client install is pointing to the server directory.  I would recommend installing the client on the local machine and not to the server.

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

RE: PVSW files disapearing

(OP)
Thank you.  I'll double check to see if that is what is happening.

RE: PVSW files disapearing

(OP)
We're not sure if that is what was happening or not.  We adjusted the security permissions on folder, and it stopped happening.

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