Joachim Duerr (ADS) wrote: > Aaron Holmes wrote: > >> We don't want to restore the backup. Then, remove the tables from the data dictionary through Data Architect. We have seen this caused if there are two servers on the network with the same name or IP address.4. Check claims submitted and delete any claims with missing information. 2.
Aaron Edgar Sherman wrote: > When you restore the indexes will automatically be re-created. I thought maybe arcbackup might restore selectively at the table level to the target dictionary. However, the principle holds true in all versions to date. If you are still having problems, you can call tech support at 910-424-0227 (charges apply)3.
Is there any way to restore these ID indexes? (I've tried adtfix and freeadt), or to remove/reset the encryption password on a table so I can open it /outside/ of the From within the Server folder, select each of the following one at a time and click Open: Ads.exe, Adsstamp.exe, Adserver.exe.********1) Create the file "ads.ini" inside your application directory (like C:\medisoft\bin\)2) Inside Click on My Computer and double-click on Local Disk C: -- or comparable drive that contains the Program Files. 5. You want to restore the tables to view them.
This utility will create a SQL statement that adjusts the > structure. > © Copyright Fri Sep 30 03:23:29 UTC 2016, SAP Inc. - Forums Archive v 2.2 × Sybase match_parentAndroid Simple Calculator programTechKali Linux HackingMetasploit Penetration TestingTrueCrypt Flaw Revealed!Wiimote Whiteboard - EASY!Remote QuadCopter FPVWireshark HackingiPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy SIIIRaspberry PiMinecraft on Raspberry PiXBMCWindows 8 Default Profiles - EASY!iPad4 vs Use the Advantage Client Engine API or the Advantage Data Dictionary Management Utility to copy a table and modify the data dictionary file. Was This Item Helpful?
I have attached the adds_err log. It's very old data. Is there a way to do this? http://devzone.advantagedatabase.com/dz/Content.aspx?Key=17&RefNo=090924-2210 I don't know what happened exactly to start the issue other than that.
I don't recall what error was given, however. >>>>> >>>>> this are backup files. We just want >>>>> to look through one of the tables and pull out a missing record. >>>>> >>>>> That said, we did try to temporarily restore the database but to We just want >>>>>> to look through one of the tables and pull out a missing record. >>>>>> >>>>>> That said, we did try to temporarily restore the database but to The restoring progress bar popped up and did its thing but, when it finished, there was nothing restored.
Then > connect to the dictionary. If so, disable it.3. Last posting was on 2012-06-19 01:35:46.0Z keith Posted on 2012-06-19 01:35:46.0Z From: "keith"
It's very old data. Click on My Computer and double-click on Local Disk C: -- or comparable drive that contains the Program Files.5. Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel, and select Windows Firewall. 2. Aaron Holmes wrote: > Okay, I just tried making a new "remote" database and tried to restore > the backup to it. > The restoring progress bar popped up and did
This is not isolated to just one table in dictionary but happens to any of them. Is > there an easier way to go about this? > > Edgar Sherman wrote: >> Once connected to the free connection open the SQL window and execute >> the stored I have no regrets." -- Jackie Barnes, Office Manager View More Get in Touch With Us Computerized Business Systems 23263 Harborview Rd. Then connect to the dictionary.
Right click on Tables, click Add Existing Table(s) and select the deleted tables to add. Use sp_RestoreDatabase, "adsbackup -r" or the Restore Wizard to restore the backup image before using it. http://devzone.advantagedatabase.com/dz/webhelp/Advantage9.1/mergedProjects/devguide/devguide.htm#part1point5/restoring_data_using_the_adsbackup_exe_command_line_utility.htm Edgar Aaron Holmes wrote: > Thanks, that seems to have allowed me to look at the tables. > This seems like a rather convoluted method to view backups however.
To solve I delete the table from the dictionary and then add it back (I don't even have to free it first). In most cases you can and should restore to an empty directory. We just want >> to look through one of the tables and pull out a missing record. >> >> That said, we did try to temporarily restore the database but to If the above step does not correct this issue, restore the practice from a backup made before the error began occurring. 3.
You can try adding "use_tcp_ip=1" to the application's ads.ini file under the [SETTINGS] section Also make sure that your computer is set to never sleep and no hibernation in the Power Port Charlotte, FL 33980 Computerized Business Systems; Phone 1-941-743-6666 Toll Free: 1-888-691-8058 Medical Billing Software | Specials | EDI - Electronic Claims | Medical Billing Service Software | Medical Billing Software Aaron Holmes Posted on 2009-01-15 22:43:19.0Z Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 14:43:19 -0800From: Aaron Holmes
You can't use them as database. >>>> If you don't want to restore into your production database, juts use a >>>> different location for the restore. >>>> Aaron Holmes Posted on This error is generally brought about by one of the four issues outlined below.I. Solution: This requires correction by a Network Technician. From within the Server folder, select each of the following one at a time and click Open: Ads.exe, Adsstamp.exe, Adserver.exe. ****** Medisoft Error 7004: Maximum Number of Work Areas Exceeded Solution
Forums Archive > Advantage DB > General > "How to I copy tables from one database to another" How to I copy tables from one database to another 3 posts in DatabaseName: .... I don't recall what error was given, however. >>>> >>>> this are backup files.