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[archive] Acu4gl question

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When I update a SQL database that resides on a server, I have no problem updating it, but as soon as I change to my local database (with the exact same database on it), I get a 9D error. Any Ideas?
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RE: [archive] Acu4gl question

You'll need to be more specific as 9d errors have secondary codes. In general a 9d deals with xfd files. Make sure that the program running locally is pointing to the same directory that contains the xfd files you use for the server. Another possibility is that the local version was made from a older set of xfds and the the server version is made from a newer set (or vice versa).
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RE: [archive] Acu4gl question

Thanx, Dilbert. I found the problem. Normally when I connect to the SQL database on my local machine, I just use my machine name and to the server, the servername. I however discovered that I need to use the machine name together with the domain name when specifying it in my configuration eg. NB03 is my machine name, but I had to specify it as NB03.domainname.co.za thanx for your reply
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