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Zero byte sql.ini file using sql.ini editor

Zero byte sql.ini file using sql.ini editor

Zero byte sql.ini file using sql.ini editor

I'm currently using centura v6.1.2. I can use the sqlini editor to edit the sql.ini file and everything appears to work. However, when closing the sqlini editor, everything in the sql.ini file is deleted and a zero byte sql.ini file is saved.

Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Zero byte sql.ini file using sql.ini editor

How about editing sql.ini in a notepad instead , once you save it via Notepad, try the ini editor the second time and check if it works.

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