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BASE/2005 Open error (RESTORE command)
Default Behavior: The program will continue without restoring
memory variables from the specified file. The default CA-Clipper error
handler (Errorsys.prg) will set NETERR() to true (.T.) if the error was
a sharing violation.
Explanation: The file referred to in a RESTORE command could not be
Action: Check to make sure that the specified file exists. If the
file is not in the directory where the application runs, use SET DEFAULT
or SET PATH to make the file accessible, or specify the full path name
where the file can be found. In a network environment, make sure the
application has the necessary rights to access the file.
See Also: RESTORE command
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