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PWE.RPT in MacSQL @ 4GB

PWE.RPT in MacSQL @ 4GB

PWE.RPT in MacSQL @ 4GB

(OP)
I have a file (pwe.rpt) in my MacSQL share that is sitting at 4gb in size.  Is it safe to delete this file?  I've tried searching but came up empty.  Is this really just a report file?

RE: PWE.RPT in MacSQL @ 4GB

Why don't you open it in Crystal and see what it is?  If crystal won't open it, try to open it in notepad.

I do not think it is a report.  I do not have this file at all.

Being ultra convervative, I would rename it, run for a couple of weeks without issues, then delete it.

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RE: PWE.RPT in MacSQL @ 4GB

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I tried opening the file w/ Crystal and got an out of memory error.  Same thing with notepad.  I'll try renaming it and see if I get any errors over a the next few weeks.

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