ccbl -v returns ./acusql: No such file or directory

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Problem:

In Version 8.0 when a check of the compiler version is done, ccbl -v, the following message is returned:

"./acusql: No such file or directory".

What does this mean?

Resolution:

(Note that on some operating systems only "./acusql: No such file or directory" will be displayed and on others "./acusql: not found".)

The version check mechanism is outputting this message which simply means acusql is not present. The message is harmless and will not affect the ability to use the compiler normally.

If the intent is to use the AcuSQL precompiler and acusql is missing, reinstall and follow the instructions in the AcuSQL manual.

Old KB# 2698
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