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Titan Btrieve component error

Titan Btrieve component error

Titan Btrieve component error

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Hi everybody, recently I upgrade to Titan Btrieve for Delphi 2007. For desktop aplications the components work fine but when I try to use the components in Intraweb they fails!!!

The error happens when I try to open a Btrieve table and the message is Invalid Pointer Operation.

Do you any idea about this error?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Titan Btrieve component error

Sounds like an internal Titan error.  Even if you are getting a 2007 error (A pointer parameter is invalid) from Pervasive, then you are going to need to contact Reggatta.  THe docs say the following for a 2007:
One of the pointer parameters passed to the MicroKernel is invalid. Check the program to ensure that the pointer parameters are correct.

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

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