Subject Re: Updating buffer info to database file
From Akshat Kapoor <>
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2018 19:10:00 +0530
Newsgroups dbase.getting-started

>> I had suffered this issue earlier and finally located the fault to BDE
>> settings.
>> Open the BDE administrator. Under the configuration tab under system
>> under init you will find a setting named local share.
>> Set this to true. Your BDE settings should be similar to the one in the
>> attached screen shot. Local Share is the most important for you to
>> check. Rest you may or may not alter as per your requirements.
>> Regards
>> Akshat
> If one looks at the desktop property settings, there is a multi-user block with Lock/Exclusive/Refresh and reprocess.
> I am fiddling with the options when compiling, and will have a look at the results.
> Thanks Akshat, will aslo have a look at the BDE settings, and will let you
> know. I am 99% there, frustrating 1%.
> John
Good evening John,

Check the BDE administrator settings first. They have caused me a lot of
heartburn for 2 complete months. And your case seems to be similar even
to the extent of just 2 terminals being used.

And If required change the setting on both terminals.