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 DBFNDX/1003  Open error (index)

     Explanation:  The specified index (.ndx) file could not be opened.

     Action:  Some suggestions to resolve the problem are:

     1. 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.

     2. If the error occurs on SET INDEX TO, then make sure that the index
        file exists and that the drive and path are valid.

     3. In a network environment, make sure the application has the necessary
        rights to access the file.  If the file is available only for read
        access, use the READONLY clause on the USE or SET INDEX command.

        CA-Clipper's default error handler (Errorsys.prg) will set NETERR()
        to true (.T.) and will ask DBFNDX to default if the error was due to
        a sharing violation on the network.

     See Also:  USE command, SET INDEX command, "Network Programming"
     chapter in the Programming and Utilities Guide

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