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Modify a topspeed table gives an error

Modify a topspeed table gives an error

Modify a topspeed table gives an error

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Why when i modify a table the aplication gives an error, looks like once you create the structure you can not modified, what can i do, need to run other program or what.

RE: Modify a topspeed table gives an error

  Have your tried to right-click on the file in the dictionary and select the option Convert ?
  Also what Clarion are you using, and what is the format of your table (ODBC, tps, clarion ) ?

RE: Modify a topspeed table gives an error

Error 13 or Internal error 513? I am searching for an answer to this as well. I want to add a field to an existing table - can't do it even if the table is in a new app and has no records yet. Can't find any reference to those errors.

RE: Modify a topspeed table gives an error

There were some references to Error 13 and Internal Error 513 in the Bug Reporting/FAQs of the SoftVelocity site. From what I remember, the bug was there in previous versions of C5.5 and specific to certain OS. Please make sure that you upgrade to the latest version.

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