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Hi there,

 

I have some Problems storing SourceBoost-Project-Files on a NetWare-Share. The Project-File is created empty (0 Bytes) and remains empty. Of course you can't add Source-Files or Compile (get the great "FATAL: Rules must be after target"-Error).

 

This only happens when the Project is stored on a NetWare-Server and using the original (current) NetWare-Client on the Workstation. This happens with Win2k and WinXP, with a mapped drive or via UNC-Path and with SourceBoost 6.32 and 5.97.

 

The Project-File is properly stored when accessing the NetWare-Server via the Microsoft NetWare-Client or using any Windows-Share.

 

Actually I modify the Project-Files by hand and since anything else works perfectly (including writing of source-files, building etc.) it's not that urgent for me.

 

Of course there is sufficient Space on the Drive and I do have enough Rights on that Directory. It's just the Project-File which does not get written.

 

Any Idea?

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Ok, it's working now!

 

Problem was obviously using WritePrivateProfile-Functions to manipulate the Project-File which caused sharing-violations (Win32-Error 33) with some NetWare-Clients.

 

Just upgraded to the latest Client from Januar 2006 and it's working now. Obviously they changed little more than documented... :)

 

Thanks.

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