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An error occurred when reading the local state for the project

An error occurred when reading the local state for the project

An error occurred when reading the local state for the project

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I recieve:
 An error occurred when reading the local state for the project '?????'. The local state of files in this project has been lost. To rebuild the local state information, refresh the project.

I choose OK - it asks me to login then crashes when "merging local web state".

Any Ideas?

Greg Conely
www.ImageMentor.net

RE: An error occurred when reading the local state for the project

In VI, you have two copies of web files - one on the master web server, and one local to your pc - often on the C or D drive.  It sounds as though VI has problems reading or writing to the local copy of the web.  Make sure the front-page server extensions is configured on the server.

www.corporateinternet.com

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