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NO MORE FILE IDENTIFIERS?

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I have a database client app written in vb.net.
It runs continuously for a couple days and then it loses its connection to
the the file server. Actually, if I open up Windows Explorer to open a
network folder I get a system error "No more internal File identifiers".
If I close my app and restart it, everything works fine for another few days.

I've gone thru my source code to make sure I'm closing all my odbc
connections after I open them. Aside from that, I don't know what to look for.

I am totally perplexed and would appreciate any advice.

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Mark Escandon
Production/Systems Manager
Fybon Industries
Jul 21 '05 #1
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maybe you are opening files and do not close them properly.
you can use tools like process explorer/file system explorer to watch whats
going on.
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I have a database client app written in vb.net.
It runs continuously for a couple days and then it loses its connection to
the the file server. Actually, if I open up Windows Explorer to open a
network folder I get a system error "No more internal File identifiers".
If I close my app and restart it, everything works fine for another few days.
I've gone thru my source code to make sure I'm closing all my odbc
connections after I open them. Aside from that, I don't know what to look for.
I am totally perplexed and would appreciate any advice.

--
Mark Escandon
Production/Systems Manager
Fybon Industries

Jul 21 '05 #2

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