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Ginny, I added the USE statement as you suggested but am still getting the message "FOC535 - More memory is needed to execute the request: Commit Source". I am not sure what I need in SUPROF.PRF. Alan B posted on January 16 that it should be something like:
APP DISABLE SET EDAPATH=C:\someplace\META;C:\someplace\FDS;
Is the "someplace\META" the program directory and the "someplace\FDS" the file directory? And is the "APP DISABLE" correct? Kent
Windows2003 Server, WebFOCUS 7.7.02 Developers Studio and MRE
Posts: 63 | Location: Ft. Wayne, IN | Registered: February 20, 2007
Whilst you can put a USE in SUPROF, you cannot issue a USE fn.FOC on FOCSU01 END only USE app/fn.FOC END as the SUPROF is only read by FDS, not by the application needing to use the FDS server. When there are multiple users updating a .FOC file, then a USE pointing to the FDS should be prior to the application, for MAINTAIN I have found this best in the EDASPROF.PRF.
APP PATH will work, but so does EDAPATH.
Alan. WF 7.705/8.007
Posts: 1451 | Location: Portugal | Registered: February 07, 2007