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Monitoring file activity

Monitoring file activity

Monitoring file activity

(OP)
We have an app that uses wbtrv32.dll, etc to access our Btrieve files.  What we were wondering was if there is a utility that can monitor the file accesses being made - like SQL Server profiler?

Thanks,
Tom

RE: Monitoring file activity

Are using Btrieve or Pervasive SQL?  Pervasive SQL monitor will do this.  

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RE: Monitoring file activity

(OP)
dgillz,

Thanks - we have Pervasive Monitor - the problem is that when we go to access the first file through our app we get a 94 - the monitor shows that the user gets a connection but there is no file activity as such.  I was wondering if there was any way of seeing what it is that the app is doing or what the dlls are doing at the client end in an attempt to fix the problem.

Regards,
Tom

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