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FILE I-O ERROR GENERATING INT

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Something happened and now if I try to compile to generate an int file under Visual COBOL for Visual STUDIO, I receive FILE I-O ERROR on the .int file and nothing is generated. I am using cobol myfile.cbl int() ; from the Visual COBOL Command Prompt 32-bit

Juan Manuel Urraburu
Director of Technology @ ProRM & Axtrio
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Hi Blair,

It seems the program I was trying to compile had some kind of problem and that caused the error. It works with the other programs.

Juan Manuel Urraburu
Director of Technology @ ProRM & Axtrio
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Hi Juan,

Is there any chance the .int file already exists, and is somehow marked as read-only, or otherwise has restricted permissions?  At the Visual COBOL Command Prompt, I can produce an I-O error on the .int file if it is read-only.

Also, what is the complete error message you receive?

Blair McDonald

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Hi Blair,

It seems the program I was trying to compile had some kind of problem and that caused the error. It works with the other programs.

Juan Manuel Urraburu
Director of Technology @ ProRM & Axtrio
Micro Focus Knowledge Partner
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