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Error within Pastel

Error within Pastel

Error within Pastel


I dont know if anyone can or could help me, but I know next to nothing on Pastel, so I'm taking a chance here, I have recieved 2 different Pastel errors. The 1st one relating to Status 86 (File Table full), file 63 (invoice locking), pastel will now terminate.

the 2nd one, status 2(disk i/o error), file6 (general ledger transactions), opcode 12 (get first)

If anyone can help me out, or even point me to a reliable support source, your help will be greatly appreciated.


RE: Error within Pastel

The first one tells you to increase the number of open file handles available. This is set at the Btrieve/Pervasive level.  With newer versions of Pervasive (not Pastel), this setting is dynamic.  
The second error means you've got a corrupt file or index.  You should rebuild the file.

Custom VB and Btrieve development.
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician

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