|Subject:||Re: Multi-User Table Access
|Date:||Sat, 1 Feb 2020 14:20:28 -0500
|From:||"Steven Green" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"exactly" means "exactly".. if one app thinks f:\myapp is the same place as
the other app thinking it's p:\myapp, they don't know they're sharing and
you WILL get corruption when the files get written to
"exactly" means "exactly".. period !!
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"Ivan" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> all users must point to the same shared net file, using the EXACT same
> mapping/path.. it can't just resolve to the same location, it must be
> EXACTLY the same.. then, same thing for all shared data
what means EXACTLY exactly?
e.g. i've an app installed on the drive P:\MyApp
NET DIR is set to P:\MyApp
then I share the whole drive P: within the network.
and have one (or more) worstations (ws1, ws2, ...).
eg. ws1 access the drive as N:
the ws2 as Z:
and on ws1 the NET DIR is set to N:\MyApp
on ws2 to Z:\MyApp
i.e. all pcs points to the same directory MyApp on the "server" drive P:
do you see any problems? and if yes, why?
> if you think it's all good, and it's not, re-running remlok32 will show
> you all net and lock files out there, per drive, and what net file the
> lock files are pointing to