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D109 Error

D109 Error

D109 Error

I have a user who has been plagued by D109 errors. I uninstalled GW, cleaned the registry and reinstalled, but it made no difference. I had the administrator run maintenance on her account which made no difference. I suspected it might be her profile and gave her a new one. Problem still continued so I set her up on a completely different machine. For several weeks now she has not had any GW error messages. This morning they started with a vengence again. She was rescheduling a lot of appointments for her manager. He has given her full rights to his calendar. She was able to do a lot of them before the D109 (unexpected error - shut down and restart) started happening again. She has a lot more to do and I need to find out why this is happening.

My search on Novell Support seems to indicate a database problem, but if maintenance does not fix it, what does?

RE: D109 Error

Forgot to say using GW 6.5.7

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