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HI,

TABLE FILE CAR
PRINT *
END

This is giving me error as

0 ERROR AT OR NEAR LINE 1 IN PROCEDURE ADHOCRQ FOCEXEC *
(FOC205) THE DESCRIPTION CANNOT BE FOUND FOR FILE NAMED: CAR
BYPASSING TO END OF COMMAND

I think I lost my CAR datasource, how can I restore it?

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WebFocus 5.2.5
HP-UX(UNIX)
EXCEL, HTML, PDF and OLAP
 
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First I'd search the app directories. Most chance to find it is in the ibisamp directory.
If it's not there, PM me, and I'll send you the files.


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APP APPENDPATH IBISAMP
-RUN
TABLE FILE CAR
PRINT *
END

IBISAMP folder is probably not on your APP PATH.

? PATH
-EXIT


Tom Flynn
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Posts: 1961 | Location: Centennial, CO | Registered: January 31, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Or run the loadcar.fex in the ibisamp directory. Make sure you look at the fex first to make sure that it will write the car file in a permanent location.


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As it is erroring on the MAster, that is the first thing to check for.

As Tom says, it should be in the IBISAMP directory. Was this directory loaded when the install was done ?, As GamP says do a search for it. It should be under the ibi directory structure, if a standard install was done.


Waz...

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I hope it's only the CAR FILE and not YOUR CAR...

Sorry, I couldn't resist that one... Well, I could have. But, what the heck... I'm felt like posting it anyway.
 
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I just sent you the entire ibisamp folder (zipped). Hope this will solve your problem.


GamP

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quote:
Originally posted by Doug:
I hope it's only the CAR FILE and not YOUR CAR...

Sorry, I couldn't resist that one... Well, I could have. But, what the heck... I'm felt like posting it anyway.



Ha ha ha ... its just CAR FILE now


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MKS: I'm glad you enjoyed it...
 
Posts: 3066 | Location: Middle Tennessee [8204M Gen48 in Test&Prod] | Registered: February 23, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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FOC files from windows may not work on on UNIX.


Waz...

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