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File System Error Number 58

File System Error Number 58

File System Error Number 58

(OP)
I recently tried to memorize an invoice for later use and received the above error message.  Has anyone ever encountered this?  Any ideas on how to fix it?

Thank you.

Andrea

RE: File System Error Number 58

Unfortunately I'm not familiar with the app but I do know that the database is Btrieve/Pervasive.  I looked up the error code (assuming it's a Btrieve error) and found the following:

58: The compression buffer length is too short.
The application tried to read or write a record that is longer than the value specified for
the size of the compression buffer. Reconfigure the MicroKernel using the Setup utility,
specifying a higher value for the Largest Compressed Record Size option.

You might want to check with the vendor before you make changes like that.  You'll also need to stop and start the services for the change to take effect.

Best of luck...

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