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Application Builder file locked

Application Builder file locked

Application Builder file locked

Is there any way to locate the lock file on the PC that has caused the Application Builder file to be locked. I have heard that a file is left on the drive of the PC that caused the file lock, and that deleting the said file causes the file to become unlocked. I am hoping that this is true as we have a locked file and Avaya ar saying that we will need to rebuild the whole thing from scratch - without a backup!

RE: Application Builder file locked

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RE: Application Builder file locked

Checked all of those unfortunately. Hoping either John Poole of FirebirdScrambler is going to come back to on this one as I believe it's either a lost cause (which is how I'm currently treating it), or requires some deep esoteric knowledge that I know they both possess.

RE: Application Builder file locked

At the server go into C:\Nortel\data and see if the locked file is there, if so delete it. This is where the locked files go! the folder should be empty.


RE: Application Builder file locked

Check your D:\Nortel\FileTransfer folder?

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