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Hi Gary,
I've traced down the problem.  It seems there is a problem with the
Microsoft "Netware" drivers.

Knowing it was a network error, I tried moving the files to a local drive
and the problem went away.  I then decided to either move the files to an NT
server or try a different networking client (I'd read a document about
problems with MS and opportunistic locking in certain situations).

I installed and tried Novell's IntraNetWare client for MS Windows NT and
the problem was instantly fixed as well as another DOS type problem that I'd
noticed bde unknown network error didn't know what to do about, bde unknown network error.

Obviously, there is a problem with MS's client which I have no idea how to
get fixed.  In any case, this is a definite workaround.

As for the guy with W'95, bde unknown network error, there is also a Novell client for W'  You might
want to recommend he try it.

Thanks for your help!

Dean

Quote
Gary (Gary White) wrote in message <[email protected]>
>On Mon, 25 JanDean Ridenhour wrote:

>> Do you have any idea what these really mean and how to solve them?

>Wouldn't you figure. <G>  Just after I posted the message saying I had
>no idea, I see someone in a vdbase having the same error.  In
>his case, under Win95 with a directory set to SHARE and READ-ONLY he
>gets the

>Hope this helps,

>Gary

>Some dBASE Stuff at
>sprers.eu

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Dear Delphi Experts,

I have a problem with the BDE and Interbase driver communicating with a network shared .GDB file.  I am getting this error here --> Database Engine Error;  Unknown Database. I/O error for file "![some network path]\sprers.eu". Error while trying bde unknown network error open file.  The system cannot find the path specified. Alias [my db alias name].

It is a little strange that I get this file since my network share seems proper to me.  The privileges for the users group has total control over the shared resource, bde unknown network error.  I can DNS directly to it.  The network share is mappable as a drive.  But bde unknown network error I get this kind of error from the BDE and the Interbase db driver.

Of course if I set the resource as local resource (local to the machine) then the BDE does not bark with any errors.  Its when the resource become network shared that it has a problem.  PBA, the physical GDB files are exact copies of each other.  I can mount the same copy of it as a local DB and the DBE takes it fine so I believe its not the GDB file itself but the resolutiion to the GDB file when it is network shared.

Can someone help me out with this problem?   Thanks in advance.

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Unknown Win32 error

This error is often associated with a missing server-access license for the InterBase software on the server host. Make sure you have licensed InterBase server to allow clients to connect from the network.

Unable to complete network request to host

This error occurs in cases when the InterBase client cannot establish a network connection to the server host. This can occur for a variety of reasons. Below is a list of common causes:

  • The BDE Administrator requires that you specify the InterBase connect string in the alias property. You must use this property and must not use the alias property, or else you receive the network error message.
  • The InterBase client attempts to translate the server portion of your connect string to an IP address, by calling. If you supplied an IP address, is likely to fail to resolve it. Some modern TCP/IP drivers – including Winsock&#;2 and Linux TCP/IP – do resolve strings that look like IP addresses. If you are on Windows, specify hosts by name, or else upgrade your TCP/IP driver to Winsock&#;2.
  • The InterBase client must look up the InterBase network service by name. If the client doesn’t find the entry for in the file, it might fail to connect to the server, and give the network error. You can create the entry in the file manually, or reinstall InterBase to perform this task.
  • The server you specify must be running on the network that you use. If the hostname corresponds to a host that is inaccessible because of network interruption, or the host is not running, then the connection request fails with the network error.
  • The syntax of the InterBase connect string determines the network protocol the client uses to connect to the server host (see Connection-specific Examples). Different server platforms support different subsets of network protocols, bde unknown network error. If your server does not support the protocol indicated by your connect string, the connection attempt fails with the network error. For example, the NetBEUI connection syntax () works only if your server is a windowsor XP server. The syntax does not work if your server is running UNIX or Linux.
  • A network connection request succeeds only if the InterBase server is installed and active on the server host, and that the InterBase server is licensed to receive remote connection requests. If there is no process listening for connection requests, the client’s connection requests with the network error. You should check that the InterBase server is installed on the server, that it is running, and that the license includes the Server capability.

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BDE Error list:

$ (0) = Successful completion.

$ (33) = System Error

$ (34) = Object of Interest Not Found

$ (35) = Physical Data Corruption

$ (36) = I/O Related Error

$ (37) = Resource or Limit Error

$ (38) = Data Integrity Violation

$ (39) = Invalid Request

$ (40) = Lock Violation

$ (41) = Access/Security Violation

$A (42) = Invalid Context

$B (43) = OS Error

$C (44) = Network Error

$D (45) = Optional Parameter

$E (46) = Query Processor

$F (47) = Version Mismatch

$ (48) = Capability Not Supported

$ (49) = System Configuration Error

$ (50) = Warning

$ (51) = Miscellaneous

$ (52) = Compatibility Error

$E (62) = Driver Specific Error

$F (63) = Internal Symbol

$ () = Cannot open a system file.

$ () = I/O error on a system file.

$ () = Data structure corruption.

$ () = Cannot find Engine configuration file.

$ () = Cannot write to Engine configuration file.

$ () = Cannot initialize with different configuration file.

$ () = System has been illegally re-entered.

$ () = Cannot locate IDAPI32 .DLL.

$ () = Cannot load IDAPI32 .DLL.

$A () = Cannot load an IDAPI service library.

$B () = Cannot create or open temporary file.

$ () = At beginning of table.

$ () = At end of table.

$ () = Record moved because key value changed.

$ () = Record/Key deleted.

$ () = No current record.

$ () = Could not find record.

$ () = End of BLOB.

$ () = Could not find object.

$ () = Could not find family member.

$A () = BLOB file is missing.

$B () = Could not find language driver.

$ () = Corrupt table/index header.

$ () = Corrupt file - other than header.

$ () = Corrupt Memo/BLOB file.

$ () = Corrupt index.

$ () = Corrupt lock file.

$ () = Corrupt family file.

$ () = Corrupt or missing .VAL file.

$ () = Foreign index file format.

$ () = Read failure.

$ () = Write failure.

$ () = Cannot access directory.

$ () = File Delete operation failed.

$ () = Cannot access file.

$ () = Access to table disabled because of previous error.

$ () = Insufficient memory for this operation.

$ () = Not enough file handles.

$ () = Insufficient disk space.

$ () = Temporary table resource limit.

$ () = Record size is too big for table.

$ () = Too many open cursors.

$ () = Table is full.

$ () = Too many sessions from this workstation.

$ () = Serial number limit (Paradox).

$A () = Some internal limit (see context).

$B () = Too many open tables.

$C () = Too many cursors per table.

$D () = Too many record locks on table.

$E () = Too many clients.

$F () = Too many indexes on table.

$ () = Too many sessions.

$ () = Too many open databases.

$ () = Too many passwords.

$ () = Too many active drivers.

$ () = Too many fields in Table Create.

$ () = Too many table locks.

$ () = Too many open BLOBs.

$ () = Lock file has grown too large.

$ () = Too many open queries.

$A () = Too many BLOBs.

$B () = File name is too long for a Paradox version table.

$C () = Row fetch limit exceeded.

$D () = Long name not allowed for this tablelevel.

$ () = Key violation.

$ () = Minimum validity check failed.

$ () = Maximum validity check failed.

$ () = Field value required.

$ () = Master record missing.

$ () = Master has detail records. Cannot delete or modify.

$ () = Master table level is incorrect.

$ () = Field value out of lookup table range.

$ () = Lookup Table Open operation failed.

$A () = Detail Table Open operation failed.

$B () = Master Table Open operation failed.

$C () = Field is blank.

$D () = Link to master table already defined.

$E () = Master table is open.

$F () = Detail table(s) exist.

$ () = Master has detail records. Cannot empty it.

$ () = Self referencing referential integrity must be entered one at a time with no other changes to the table

$ () = Detail table is open.

$ () = Cannot make this master a detail of another table if its details are not empty.

$ () = Referential integrity fields must be indexed.

$ () = A table linked by referential integrity requires password to open.

$ () = Field(s) linked to more than one master.

$ () = Expression validity check failed.

$ () = Number is out of range.

$ () = Invalid parameter.

$ () = Invalid file name.

$ () = File does not exist.

$ () = Invalid option.

$ () = Invalid handle to the function.

$ () = Unknown table type.

$ () = Cannot open file.

$ () = Cannot redefine primary key.

$A () = Cannot change this RINTDesc.

$B () = Foreign and primary key do not match.

$C () = Invalid modify request.

$D () = Index does not exist.

$E () = Invalid offset into the BLOB.

$F () = Invalid descriptor number.

$ () = Invalid field type.

$ () = Invalid field descriptor.

$ () = Invalid field transformation.

$ () = Invalid record structure.

$ () = Invalid descriptor.

$ () = Invalid array of index descriptors.

$ () = Invalid array of validity check descriptors.

$ () = Invalid array of referential integrity descriptors.

$ () = Invalid ordering of tables during restructure.

$ () = Name not unique in this context.

$A () = Index name required.

$B () = Invalid session handle.

$C () = invalid restructure operation.

$D () = Driver not known to system.

$E () = Unknown database.

$F () = Invalid password given.

$ () = No callback function.

$ () = Invalid callback buffer length.

$ () = Invalid directory.

$ () = Translate Error. Value out of bounds.

$ () = Cannot set cursor of one table to another.

$ () = Bookmarks do not match table.

$ () = Invalid index/tag name.

$ () = Invalid index descriptor.

$ () = Table does not exist.

$ () = Table has too many users.

$A () = Cannot evaluate Key or Key does not pass filter condition.

$B () = Index already exists.

$C () = Index is open.

$D () = Invalid BLOB length.

$E () = Invalid BLOB handle in record buffer.

$F () = Table is open.

$ () = Need to do (hard) restructure.

$ () = Invalid mode.

$ () = Cannot close index.

$ () = Index is being used to order table.

$ () = Unknown user name or password.

$ () = Multi-level cascade is not supported.

$ () = Invalid field name.

$ () = Invalid table name.

$ () = Invalid linked cursor expression.

$ () = Name is reserved.

$A () = Invalid file extension.

$B () = Invalid language Driver.

$C () = Alias is not currently opened.

$D () = Incompatible record structures.

$E () = Name is reserved by DOS.

$F () = Destination must be indexed.

$ () = Invalid index type

$ () = Language Drivers of Table and Index do not match

$ () = Filter handle is invalid

$ () = Invalid Filter

$ () = Invalid table create request

$ () = Invalid table delete request

$ () = Invalid index create request

$ () = Invalid index delete request

$ () = Invalid table specified

$A () = Invalid Time.

$B () = Invalid Date.

$C () = Invalid Datetime

$D () = Tables in different directories

$E () = Mismatch in the number of arguments

$F () = Function not found in service library.

$ () = Must use baseorder for this operation.

$ () = Invalid procedure name

$ () = The field map is invalid.

$ () = Record locked by another user.

$ () = Unlock failed.

$ () = Table is busy.

$ () = Directory is busy.

$ () = File is locked.

$ () = Directory is locked.

$ () = Record already locked by this session.

$ () = Object not locked.

$ () = Lock time out.

$A () = Key group is locked.

$B () = Table lock was lost.

$C () = Exclusive access was lost.

$D () = Table cannot be opened for exclusive use.

$E () = Conflicting record lock in this session.

$F () = A deadlock was detected.

$ () = A user transaction is already in progress.

$ () = No user transaction is currently in progress.

$ () = Record lock failed.

$ () = Couldn't perform the edit because another user changed the record.

$ () = Couldn't perform the edit because another user deleted or moved the record.

$ () = Insufficient field rights for operation.

$ () = Insufficient table rights for operation. Password required.

$ () = Insufficient family rights for operation.

$ () = This directory is read only.

$ () = Database is read only.

$ () = Trying to modify read-only field.

$ () = Encrypted dBASE tables not supported.

$ () = Insufficient SQL rights for operation.

$2A01 () = Field is not a BLOB.

$2A02 () = BLOB already opened.

$2A03 () = BLOB not opened.

$2A04 () = Operation not applicable.

$2A05 () = Table is not indexed.

$2A06 () = Engine not initialized.

$2A07 () = Attempt to re-initialize Engine.

$2A08 () = Attempt to mix objects from different sessions.

$2A09 () = Paradox driver not active.

$2A0A () = Driver not loaded.

$2A0B () = Table is read only.

$2A0C () = No associated index.

$2A0D () = Table(s) open. Cannot perform this operation.

$2A0E () = Table does not support this operation.

$2A0F () = Index is read only.

$2A10 () = Table does not support this operation because it is not uniquely indexed.

$2A11 () = Operation must be performed on the current session.

$2A12 () = Invalid use of keyword.

$2A13 () = Connection is in use by another statement.

$2A14 () = Passthrough SQL connection must be shared

$2B01 () = Invalid function number.

$2B02 () = File or directory does not exist.

$2B03 () = Path not found.

$2B04 () = Too many open files. You may need to increase MAXFILEHANDLE limit in IDAPI configuration.

$2B05 () = Permission denied.

$2B06 () = Bad file number.

$2B07 () = Memory blocks destroyed.

$2B08 () = Not enough memory.

$2B09 () = Invalid memory block address.

$2B0A () = Invalid environment.

$2B0B () = Invalid format.

$2B0C () = Invalid access code.

$2B0D () = Invalid data.

$2B0F () = Device does not exist.

$2B10 () = Attempt to remove current directory.

$2B11 () = Not same device.

$2B12 () = No more files.

$2B13 () = Invalid argument.

$2B14 () = Argument list is too long.

$2B15 () = Execution format error.

$2B16 () = Cross-device link.

$2B21 () = Math argument.

$2B22 () = Result is too large.

$2B23 () = File already exists.

$2B27 () = Unknown internal operating system error.

$2B32 () = Share violation.

$2B33 () = Lock violation.

$2B34 () = Critical DOS Error.

$2B35 () = Drive not ready.

$2B64 () = Not exact read/write.

$2B65 () = Operating system network error.

$2B66 () = Error from NOVELL file server.

$2B67 () = NOVELL server out of memory.

$2B68 () = Record already locked by this workstation.

$2B69 () = Record not locked.

$2C01 () = Network initialization failed.

$2C02 () = Network user limit exceeded.

$2C03 () = Wrong .NET file version.

$2C04 () = Cannot lock network file.

$2C05 () = Directory is not private.

$2C06 () = Directory is controlled by other .NET file.

$2C07 () = Unknown network error.

$2C08 () = Not initialized for accessing network files.

$2C09 () = SHARE not loaded. It is required to share local files.

$2C0A () = Not on a network. Not logged in or wrong network driver.

$2C0B () = Lost communication with SQL server.

$2C0D () = Cannot locate or connect to SQL server.

$2C0E () = Cannot locate or connect to network server.

$2D01 () = Optional parameter is required.

$2D02 () = Invalid optional parameter.

$2E01 () = obsolete

$2E02 () = obsolete

$2E03 () = Ambiguous use of ! (inclusion operator).

$2E04 () = obsolete

$2E05 () = obsolete

$2E06 () = A SET operation cannot be included in its own grouping.

$2E07 () = Only numeric and date/time fields can be averaged.

$2E08 () = Invalid expression.

$2E09 () = Invalid OR expression.

$2E0A () = obsolete

$2E0B () = bitmap

$2E0C () = CALC expression cannot be used in INSERT, DELETE, CHANGETO and SET rows.

$2E0D () = Type error in CALC expression.

$2E0E () = CHANGETO can be used in only one query form at a time.

$2E0F () = Cannot modify CHANGED table.

$2E10 () = A field can contain only one CHANGETO expression.

$2E11 () = A field cannot contain more than one expression to be inserted.

$2E12 () = obsolete

$2E13 () = CHANGETO must be followed by the new value for the field.

$2E14 () = Checkmark or CALC expressions cannot be used in FIND queries.

$2E15 () = Cannot perform operation on CHANGED table together with a CHANGETO query.

$2E16 () = chunk

$2E17 () = More than fields in ANSWER table.

$2E18 () = AS must be followed by the name for the field in the ANSWER table.

$2E19 () = DELETE can be used in only one query form at a time.

$2E1A () = Cannot perform operation on DELETED table together with a DELETE query.

$2E1B () = Cannot delete from the DELETED table.

$2E1C () = Example element is used in two fields with incompatible types or with a BLOB.

$2E1D () = Cannot use example elements in an OR expression.

$2E1E () = Expression in this field has the wrong type.

$2E1F () = Extra comma found.

$2E20 () = Extra OR found.

$2E21 () = One or more query rows do not contribute to the ANSWER.

$2E22 () = FIND can be used in only one query form at a time.

$2E23 () = FIND cannot be used with the ANSWER table.

$2E24 () = A row with GROUPBY must contain SET operations.

$2E25 () = GROUPBY can be used only in SET rows.

$2E26 () = Use only INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND in leftmost column.

$2E27 () = Use only one INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND per line.

$2E28 () = Syntax error in expression.

$2E29 () = INSERT can be used in only one query form at a time.

$2E2A () = Cannot perform operation on INSERTED table together with an INSERT query.

$2E2B () = INSERT, DELETE, CHANGETO and SET rows may not be checked.

$2E2C () = Field must contain an expression to insert (or be blank).

$2E2D () = Cannot insert into the INSERTED table.

$2E2E () = Variable is an array and cannot be accessed.

$2E2F () = Label

$2E30 () = Rows of example elements in CALC expression must be linked.

$2E31 () = Variable name is too long.

$2E32 () = Query may take a long time to process.

$2E33 () = Reserved word or one that can't be used as a variable name.

$2E34 () = Missing comma.

$2E35 () = Missing ).

$2E36 () = Missing right quote.

$2E37 () = Cannot specify duplicate column names.

$2E38 () = Query has no checked fields.

$2E39 () = Example element has no defining occurrence.

$2E3A () = No grouping is defined for SET operation.

$2E3B () = Query makes no sense.

$2E3C () = Cannot use patterns in this context.

$2E3D () = Date does not exist.

$2E3E () = Variable has not been assigned a value.

$2E3F () = Invalid use of example element in summary expression.

$2E40 () = Incomplete query statement. Query only contains a SET definition.

$2E41 () = Example element with ! makes no sense in expression.

$2E42 () = Example element cannot be used more than twice with a ! query.

$2E43 () = Row cannot contain expression.

$2E44 () = obsolete

$2E45 () = obsolete

$2E46 () = No permission to insert or delete records.

$2E47 () = No permission to modify field.

$2E48 () = Field not found in table.

$2E49 () = Expecting a column separator in table header.

$2E4A () = Expecting a column separator in table.

$2E4B () = Expecting column name in table.

$2E4C () = Expecting table name.

$2E4D () = Expecting consistent number of columns in all rows of table.

$2E4E () = Cannot open table.

$2E4F () = Field appears more than once in table.

$2E50 () = This DELETE, CHANGE or INSERT query has no ANSWER.

$2E51 () = Query is not prepared. Properties unknown.

$2E52 () = DELETE rows cannot contain quantifier expression.

$2E53 () = Invalid expression in INSERT row.

$2E54 () = Invalid expression in INSERT row.

$2E55 () = Invalid expression in SET definition.

$2E56 () = row use

$2E57 () = SET keyword expected.

$2E58 () = Ambiguous use of example element.

$2E59 () = obsolete

$2E5A () = obsolete

$2E5B () = Only numeric fields can be summed.

$2E5C () = Table is write protected.

$2E5D () = Token not found.

$2E5E () = Cannot use example element with ! more than once in a single row.

$2E5F () = Type mismatch in expression.

$2E60 () = Query appears to ask two unrelated questions.

$2E61 () = Unused SET row.

$2E62 () = INSERT, DELETE, FIND, and SET can be used only in the leftmost column.

$2E63 () = CHANGETO cannot be used with INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND.

$2E64 () = Expression must be followed by an example element defined in a SET.

$2E65 () = Lock failure.

$2E66 () = Expression is too long.

$2E67 () = Refresh exception during query.

$2E68 () = Query canceled.

$2E69 () = Unexpected Database Engine error.

$2E6A () = Not enough memory to finish operation.

$2E6B () = Unexpected exception.

$2E6C () = Feature not implemented yet in query.

$2E6D () = Query format is not supported.

$2E6E () = Query string is empty.

$2E6F () = Attempted to prepare an empty query.

$2E70 () = Buffer too small to contain query string.

$2E71 () = Query was not previously parsed or prepared.

$2E72 () = Function called with bad query handle.

$2E73 () = QBE syntax error.

$2E74 () = Query extended syntax field count error.

$2E75 () = Field name in sort or field clause not found.

$2E76 () = Table name in sort or field clause not found.

$2E77 () = Operation is not supported on BLOB fields.

$2E78 () = General BLOB error.

$2E79 () = Query must be restarted.

$2E7A () = Unknown answer table type.

$2E96 () = Blob cannot be used as grouping field.

$2E97 () = Query properties have not been fetched.

$2E98 () = Answer table is of unsuitable type.

$2E99 () = Answer table is not yet supported under server alias.

$2E9A () = Non-null blob field required. Can't insert records

$2E9B () = Unique index required to perform changeto

$2E9C () = Unique index required to delete records

$2E9D () = Update of table on the server failed.

$2E9E () = Can't process this query remotely.

$2E9F () = Unexpected end of command.

$2EA0 () = Parameter not set in query string.

$2EA1 () = Query string is too long.

$2EAA () = No such table or correlation name.

$2EAB () = Expression has ambiguous data type.

$2EAC () = Field in order by must be in result set.

$2EAD () = General parsing error.

$2EAE () = Record or field constraint failed.

$2EAF () = When GROUP BY exists, every simple field in projectors must be in GROUP BY.

$2EB0 () = User defined function is not defined.

$2EB1 () = Unknown error from User defined function.

$2EB2 () = Single row subquery produced more than one row.

$2EB3 () = Expressions in group by are not supported.

$2EB4 () = Queries on text or ascii tables is not supported.

$2EB5 () = ANSI join keywords USING and NATURAL are not supported in this release.

$2EB6 () = SELECT DISTINCT may not be used with UNION unless UNION ALL is used.

$2EB7 () = GROUP BY is required when both aggregate and non-aggregate fields are used in result set.

$2EB8 () = INSERT and UPDATE operations are not supported on autoincrement field type.

$2EB9 () = UPDATE on Primary Key of a Master Table may modify more than one record.

$2EBA () = Queries on MS ACCESS tables are not supported by local query engines.

$2EBB () = Preparation of field-level constraint failed.

$2EBC () = Preparation of field default failed.

$2EBD () = Preparation of record-level constraint failed.

$2EC4 () = Constraint Failed. Expression:

$2F01 () = Interface mismatch. Engine version different.

$2F02 () = Index is out of date.

$2F03 () = Older version (see context).

$2F04 () = .VAL file is out of date.

$2F05 () = BLOB file version is too old.

$2F06 () = Query and Engine DLLs are mismatched.

$2F07 () = Server is incompatible version.

$2F08 () = Higher table level required

$ () = Capability not supported.

$ () = Not implemented yet.

$ () = SQL replicas not supported.

$ () = Non-blob column in table required to perform operation.

$ () = Multiple connections not supported.

$ () = Full dBASE expressions not supported.

$ () = Invalid database alias specification.

$ () = Unknown database type.

$ () = Corrupt system configuration file.

$ () = Network type unknown.

$ () = Not on the network.

$ () = Invalid configuration parameter.

$ () = Object implicitly dropped.

$ () = Object may be truncated.

$ () = Object implicitly modified.

$ () = Should field constraints be checked?

$ () = Validity check field modified.

$ () = Table level changed.

$ () = Copy linked tables?

$ () = Object implicitly truncated.

$A () = Validity check will not be enforced.

$B () = Multiple records found, but only one was expected.

$C () = Field will be trimmed, cannot put master records into PROBLEM table.

$ () = File already exists.

$ () = BLOB has been modified.

$ () = General SQL error.

$ () = Table already exists.

$ () = Paradox tables are not supported.

$ () = Update aborted.

$ () = Different sort order.

$ () = Directory in use by earlier version of Paradox.

$ () = Needs Paradox compatible language driver.

$ () = Data Dictionary is corrupt

$ () = Data Dictionary Info Blob corrupted

$ () = Data Dictionary Schema is corrupt

$ () = Attribute Type exists

$ () = Invalid Object Type

$ () = Invalid Relation Type

$ () = View already exists

$ () = No such View exists

$ () = Invalid Record Constraint

$A () = Object is in a Logical DB

$B () = Dictionary already exists

$C () = Dictionary does not exist

$D () = Dictionary database does not exist

$E () = Dictionary info is out of date - needs Refresh

$ () = Invalid Dictionary Name

$ () = Dependent Objects exist

$ () = Too many Relationships for this Object Type

$ () = Relationships to the Object exist

$ () = Dictionary Exchange File is corrupt

$ () = Dictionary Exchange File Version mismatch

$ () = Dictionary Object Type Mismatch

$ () = Object exists in Target Dictionary

$ () = Cannot access Data Dictionary

$ () = Cannot create Data Dictionary

$A () = Cannot open Database

$3E01 () = Wrong driver name.

$3E02 () = Wrong system version.

$3E03 () = Wrong driver version.

$3E04 () = Wrong driver type.

$3E05 () = Cannot load driver.

$3E06 () = Cannot load language driver.

$3E07 () = Vendor initialization failed.

$3E08 () = Your application is not enabled for use with this driver.

$3F01 () = Query By Example

$3F02 () = SQL Generator

$3F03 () = IDAPI

$3F04 () = Lock Manager

$3F05 () = SQL Driver

$3F06 () = IDAPI Services

$3F07 () = dBASE Driver

$3F08 () = Dictionary Manager

$3F0B () = Token

$3F0D () = Table

$3F0E () = Field

$3F0F () = Image

$3F10 () = User

$3F11 () = File

$3F12 () = Index

$3F13 () = Directory

$3F14 () = Key

$3F15 () = Alias

$3F16 () = Drive

$3F17 () = Server error

$3F18 () = Server message

$3F19 () = Line Number

$3F1A () = Capability

$3F1B () = Dictionary

$3F1D () = Object

$3F1E () = Limit

$3F1F () = Expression

$3F70 () = WORK

$3F71 () = PRIV

$3F72 () = Records copied

$3F73 () = Records appended

$3F74 () = LineNo

$3F75 () = Line

$3F76 () = Reason

 

Other Errors

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Unknown Win32 error

This error is often associated with a missing server-access license for the InterBase software on the server host. Make sure you have licensed InterBase server to allow clients to connect from the network.

Unable to complete network request to host

This error occurs in cases when the InterBase client cannot establish a network connection to the server host. This can occur for a variety of reasons. Below is a list of common causes:

  • The BDE Administrator requires that you specify the InterBase connect string in the alias property. You must use this property and must not use the alias property, or else you receive the network error message.
  • The InterBase client attempts to translate the server portion of your connect string to an IP address, by calling . If you supplied an IP address, is likely to fail to resolve it. Some modern TCP/IP drivers – including Winsock&#;2 and Linux TCP/IP – do resolve strings that look like IP addresses. If you are on Windows, specify hosts by name, or else upgrade your TCP/IP driver to Winsock&#;2.
  • The InterBase client must look up the InterBase network service by name. If the client doesn’t find the entry for in the file, it might fail to connect to the server, and give the network error. You can create the entry in the file manually, or reinstall InterBase to perform this task.
  • The server you specify must be running on the network that you use. If the hostname corresponds to a host that is inaccessible because of network interruption, or the host is not running, then the connection request fails with the network error.
  • The syntax of the InterBase connect string determines the network protocol the client uses to connect to the server host (see Connection-specific Examples). Different server platforms support different subsets of network protocols. If your server does not support the protocol indicated by your connect string, the connection attempt fails with the network error. For example, the NetBEUI connection syntax () works only if your server is a windows , or XP server. The syntax does not work if your server is running UNIX or Linux.
  • A network connection request succeeds only if the InterBase server is installed and active on the server host, and that the InterBase server is licensed to receive remote connection requests. If there is no process listening for connection requests, the client’s connection requests with the network error. You should check that the InterBase server is installed on the server, that it is running, and that the license includes the Server capability.

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BDE error codes

Answer:

Additional information about BDE error codes are available in file \DELPHI\DOC\sprers.eu


0 Successful completion.
33 System Error
34 Object of Interest Not Found
35 Physical Data Corruption
36 I/O Related Error
37 Resource or Limit Error
38 Data Integrity Violation
39 Invalid Request
40 Lock Violation
41 Access/Security Violation
42 A Invalid Context
43 B OS Error
44 C Network Error
45 D Optional Parameter
46 E Query Processor
47 F Version Mismatch
48 Capability Not Supported
49 System Configuration Error
50 Warning
51 Miscellaneous
52 Compatibility Error
62 E Driver Specific Error
63 F Internal Symbol
KEYVIOL
PROBLEMS
CHANGED
Production Index file missing, corrupt or cannot interpret index key
Open Read Only
Open the table in read only mode
Open and Detach
Open the table and detach the Production Index file
Fail Open
Do not open the table
Convert Non-dBase Index
Convert production index to dBase format
BLOB file not found
A Open without blob file
B Open the table without the blob file
C Empty all blob fields
D Reinitialize BLOB file and LOSE all blobs
E Fail Open
F Do not open the table
Import Non-dBASE BLOB file
Import BLOB file to dBASE format
Open as Non-dBASE table
Open Table and BLOB file in its native format
Production Index Language driver mismatch
Production Index damaged
Rebuild Production Index
Rebuild all the Production Indexes
Lookup table not found or corrupt
Blob file not found or corrupt
Open Read Only
Open the table in read only mode
Fail Open
Do not open the table
Remove lookup
Remove link to lookup table
Reading records
Sorting records
Writing records
Merging
Steps Completed
Packing records
LIKE
NOT
INSERT
DELETE
CHANGETO
CHANGE
TO
FIND
CALC
COUNT
SUM
AVERAGE
A MAX
B MIN
C ALL
D UNIQUE
E BLANK
F TODAY
AS
DESCENDING
OR
ONLY
EVERY
NO
EXACTLY
SET
B %time
C %date
%lower
%upper
%trim
%substring
C __QB
D ANSWER
E DELETED
F INSERTED
CHANGED
ERRORDEL
ERRORINS
ERRORCHG
__XLTTMP
__QBEDIC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
A JUN
B JUL
C AUG
D SEP
E OCT
F NOV
DEC
sprers.eu
sprers.eu
sprers.eu
A sprers.eu
B blank
C Sum of
D Average of
E Count of
F Max of
Min of
GROUPBY
FIELDORDER
SORT
ANSWER
TYPE
OPTIONS
GENERATE AUXILIARY TABLES
NO AUXILIARY TABLES
A SERVER
B LOCAL
C CANNED
D LIVE
E SPEED
F %extract
DATE
TIME
YEAR
MONTH
DAY
HOUR
MINUTE
SECOND
Cannot open a system file.
I/O error on a system file.
Data structure corruption.
Cannot find Engine configuration file.
Cannot write to Engine configuration file.
Cannot initialize with different configuration file.
System has been illegally re-entered.
Cannot locate IDAPIDLL
Cannot load IDAPIDLL
A Cannot load an IDAPI service library
At beginning of table.
At end of table.
Record moved because key value changed.
Record/Key deleted.
No current record.
Could not find record.
End of BLOB.
Could not find object.
Could not find family member.
A BLOB file is missing.
B Could not find language driver.
Corrupt table/index header.
Corrupt file - other than header.
Corrupt Memo/BLOB file.
Corrupt index.
Corrupt lock file.
Corrupt family file.
Corrupt or missing .VAL file.
Foreign index file format.
Read failure.
Write failure.
Cannot access directory.
File Delete operation failed.
Cannot access file.
Access to table disabled because of previous error.
Insufficient memory for this operation.
Not enough file handles.
Insufficient disk space.
Temporary table resource limit.
Record size is too big for table.
Too many open cursors.
Table is full.
Too many sessions from this workstation.
Serial number limit (Paradox).
A Some internal limit (see context).
B Too many open tables.
C Too many cursors per table.
D Too many record locks on table.
E Too many clients.
F Too many indexes on table.
Too many sessions.
Too many open databases.
Too many passwords.
Too many active drivers.
Too many fields in Table Create.
Too many table locks.
Too many open BLOBs.
Lock file has grown too large.
Too many open queries.
A Too many BLOBs.
Key violation.
Minimum validity check failed.
Maximum validity check failed.
Field value required.
Master record missing.
Master has detail records. Cannot delete or modify.
Master table level is incorrect.
Field value out of lookup table range.
Lookup Table Open operation failed.
A Detail Table Open operation failed.
B Master Table Open operation failed.
C Field is blank.
D Link to master table already defined.
E Master table is open.
F Detail table(s) exist.
Master has detail records. Cannot empty it.
Self referencing referential integrity must be entered one at a time with no other changes to the table
Detail table is open.
Cannot make this master a detail of another table if its details are not empty.
Referential integrity fields must be indexed.
A table linked by referential integrity requires password to open.
Field(s) linked to more than one master.
Number is out of range.
Invalid parameter.
Invalid file name.
File does not exist.
Invalid option.
Invalid handle to the function.
Unknown table type.
Cannot open file.
Cannot redefine primary key.
A Cannot change this RINTDesc.
B Foreign and primary key do not match.
C Invalid modify request.
D Index does not exist.
E Invalid offset into the BLOB.
F Invalid descriptor number.
Invalid field type.
Invalid field descriptor.
Invalid field transformation.
Invalid record structure.
Invalid descriptor.
Invalid array of index descriptors.
Invalid array of validity check descriptors.
Invalid array of referential integrity descriptors.
Invalid ordering of tables during restructure.
Name not unique in this context.
A Index name required.
B Invalid session handle.
C invalid restructure operation.
D Driver not known to system.
E Unknown database.
F Invalid password given.
No callback function.
Invalid callback buffer length.
Invalid directory.
Translate Error. Value out of bounds.
Cannot set cursor of one table to another.
Bookmarks do not match table.
Invalid index/tag name.
Invalid index descriptor.
Table does not exist.
Table has too many users.
A Cannot evaluate Key or Key does not pass filter condition.
B Index already exists.
C Index is open.
D Invalid BLOB length.
E Invalid BLOB handle in record buffer.
F Table is open.
Need to do (hard) restructure.
Invalid mode.
Cannot close index.
Index is being used to order table.
Unknown user name or password.
Multi-level cascade is not supported.
Invalid field name.
Invalid table name.
Invalid linked cursor expression.
Name is reserved.
A Invalid file extension.
B Invalid language Driver.
C Alias is not currently opened.
D Incompatible record structures.
E Name is reserved by DOS.
F Destination must be indexed.
Invalid index type
Language Drivers of Table and Index do not match
Filter handle is invalid
Invalid Filter
Invalid table create request
Invalid table delete request
Invalid index create request
Invalid index delete request
Invalid table specified
A Invalid Time.
B Invalid Date.
C Invalid Datetime
D Tables in different directories
E Mismatch in the number of arguments
F Function not found in service library.
Must use baseorder for this operation.
Invalid procedure name
Record locked by another user.
Unlock failed.
Table is busy.
Directory is busy.
File is locked.
Directory is locked.
Record already locked by this session.
Object not locked.
Lock time out.
A Key group is locked.
B Table lock was lost.
C Exclusive access was lost.
D Table cannot be opened for exclusive use.
E Conflicting record lock in this session.
F A deadlock was detected.
A user transaction is already in progress.
No user transaction is currently in progress.
Record lock failed.
Couldn't perform the edit because another user changed the record.
Couldn't perform the edit because another user deleted or moved the record.
Insufficient field rights for operation.
Insufficient table rights for sprers.eurd required.
Insufficient family rights for operation.
This directory is read only.
Database is read only.
Trying to modify read-only field.
Encrypted dBASE tables not supported.
Insufficient SQL rights for operation.
2A01 Field is not a BLOB.
2A02 BLOB already opened.
2A03 BLOB not opened.
2A04 Operation not applicable.
2A05 Table is not indexed.
2A06 Engine not initialized.
2A07 Attempt to re-initialize Engine.
2A08 Attempt to mix objects from different sessions.
2A09 Paradox driver not active.
2A0A Driver not loaded.
2A0B Table is read only.
2A0C No associated index.
2A0D Table(s) open. Cannot perform this operation.
2A0E Table does not support this operation.
2A0F Index is read only.
2A10 Table does not support this operation because it is not uniquely indexed.
2A11 Operation must be performed on the current session.
2A12 Invalid use of keyword.
2A13 Connection is in use by another statement.
2A14 Passthrough SQL connection must be shared
2B01 Invalid function number.
2B02 File or directory does not exist.
2B03 Path not found.
2B04 Too many open files. You may need to increase MAXFILEHANDLE limit in IDAPI configuration.
2B05 Permission denied.
2B06 Bad file number.
2B07 Memory blocks destroyed.
2B08 Not enough memory.
2B09 Invalid memory block address.
2B0A Invalid environment.
2B0B Invalid format.
2B0C Invalid access code.
2B0D Invalid data.
2B0F Device does not exist.
2B10 Attempt to remove current directory.
2B11 Not same device.
2B12 No more files.
2B13 Invalid argument.
2B14 Argument list is too long.
2B15 Execution format error.
2B16 Cross-device link.
2B21 Math argument.
2B22 Result is too large.
2B23 File already exists.
2B27 Unknown internal operating system error.
2B32 Share violation.
2B33 Lock violation.
2B34 Critical DOS Error.
2B35 Drive not ready.
2B64 Not exact read/write.
2B65 Operating system network error.
2B66 Error from NOVELL file server.
2B67 NOVELL server out of memory.
2B68 Record already locked by this workstation.
2B69 Record not locked.
2C01 Network initialization failed.
2C02 Network user limit exceeded.
2C03 Wrong .NET file version.
2C04 Cannot lock network file.
2C05 Directory is not private.
2C06 Multiple .NET files in use.
2C07 Unknown network error.
2C08 Not initialized for accessing network files.
2C09 SHARE not loaded. It is required to share local files.
2C0A Not on a network. Not logged in or wrong network driver.
2C0B Lost communication with SQL server.
2D01 Optional parameter is required.
2D02 Invalid optional parameter.
2E01 obsolete
2E02 obsolete
2E03 Ambiguous use of ! (inclusion operator).
2E04 obsolete
2E05 obsolete
2E06 A SET operation cannot be included in its own grouping.
2E07 Only numeric and date/time fields can be averaged.
2E08 Invalid expression.
2E09 Invalid OR expression.
2E0A obsolete
2E0B bitmap
2E0C CALC expression cannot be used in INSERT, DELETE, CHANGETO and SET rows.
2E0D Type error in CALC expression.
2E0E CHANGETO can be used in only one query form at a time.
2E0F Cannot modify CHANGED table.
2E10 A field can contain only one CHANGETO expression.
2E11 A field cannot contain more than one expression to be inserted.
2E12 obsolete
2E13 CHANGETO must be followed by the new value for the field.
2E14 Checkmark or CALC expressions cannot be used in FIND queries.
2E15 Cannot perform operation on CHANGED table together with a CHANGETO query.
2E16 chunk
2E17 More than fields in ANSWER table.
2E18 AS must be followed by the name for the field in the ANSWER table.
2E19 DELETE can be used in only one query form at a time.
2E1A Cannot perform operation on DELETED table together with a DELETE query.
2E1B Cannot delete from the DELETED table.
2E1C Example element is used in two fields with incompatible types or with a BLOB.
2E1D Cannot use example elements in an OR expression.
2E1E Expression in this field has the wrong type.
2E1F Extra comma found.
2E20 Extra OR found.
2E21 One or more query rows do not contribute to the ANSWER.
2E22 FIND can be used in only one query form at a time.
2E23 FIND cannot be used with the ANSWER table.
2E24 A row with GROUPBY must contain SET operations.
2E25 GROUPBY can be used only in SET rows.
2E26 Use only INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND in leftmost column.
2E27 Use only one INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND per line.
2E28 Syntax error in expression.
2E29 INSERT can be used in only one query form at a time.
2E2A Cannot perform operation on INSERTED table together with an INSERT query.
2E2B INSERT, DELETE, CHANGETO and SET rows may not be checked.
2E2C Field must contain an expression to insert (or be blank).
2E2D Cannot insert into the INSERTED table.
2E2E Variable is an array and cannot be accessed.
2E2F Label
2E30 Rows of example elements in CALC expression must be linked.
2E31 Variable name is too long.
2E32 Query may take a long time to process.
2E33 Reserved word or one that can't be used as a variable name.
2E34 Missing comma.
2E35 Missing ).
2E36 Missing right quote.
2E37 Cannot specify duplicate column names.
2E38 Query has no checked fields.
2E39 Example element has no defining occurrence.
2E3A No grouping is defined for SET operation.
2E3B Query makes no sense.
2E3C Cannot use patterns in this context.
2E3D Date does not exist.
2E3E Variable has not been assigned a value.
2E3F Invalid use of example element in summary expression.
2E40 Incomplete query statement. Query only contains a SET definition.
2E41 Example element with ! makes no sense in expression.
2E42 Example element cannot be used more than twice with a ! query.
2E43 Row cannot contain expression.
2E44 obsolete
2E45 obsolete
2E46 No permission to insert or delete records.
2E47 No permission to modify field.
2E48 Field not found in table.
2E49 Expecting a column separator in table header.
2E4A Expecting a column separator in table.
2E4B Expecting column name in table.
2E4C Expecting table name.
2E4D Expecting consistent number of columns in all rows of table.
2E4E Cannot open table.
2E4F Field appears more than once in table.
2E50 This DELETE, CHANGE or INSERT query has no ANSWER.
2E51 Query is not prepared. Properties unknown.
2E52 DELETE rows cannot contain quantifier expression.
2E53 Invalid expression in INSERT row.
2E54 Invalid expression in INSERT row.
2E55 Invalid expression in SET definition.
2E56 row use
2E57 SET keyword expected.
2E58 Ambiguous use of example element.
2E59 obsolete
2E5A obsolete
2E5B Only numeric fields can be summed.
2E5C Table is write protected.
2E5D Token not found.
2E5E Cannot use example element with ! more than once in a single row.
2E5F Type mismatch in expression.
2E60 Query appears to ask two unrelated questions.
2E61 Unused SET row.
2E62 INSERT, DELETE, FIND, and SET can be used only in the leftmost column.
2E63 CHANGETO cannot be used with INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND.
2E64 Expression must be followed by an example element defined in a SET.
2E65 Lock failure.
2E66 Expression is too long.
2E67 Refresh exception during query.
2E68 Query canceled.
2E69 Unexpected Database Engine error.
2E6A Not enough memory to finish operation.
2E6B Unexpected exception.
2E6C Feature not implemented yet in query.
2E6D Query format is not supported.
2E6E Query string is empty.
2E6F Attempted to prepare an empty query.
2E70 Buffer too small to contain query string.
2E71 Query was not previously parsed or prepared.
2E72 Function called with bad query handle.
2E73 QBE syntax error.
2E74 Query extended syntax field count error.
2E75 Field name in sort or field clause not found.
2E76 Table name in sort or field clause not found.
2E77 Operation is not supported on BLOB fields.
2E78 General BLOB error.
2E79 Query must be restarted.
2E7A Unknown answer table type.
2E96 Blob cannot be used as grouping field.
2E97 Query properties have not been fetched.
2E98 Answer table is of unsuitable type.
2E99 Answer table is not yet supported under server alias.
2E9A Non-null blob field required. Can't insert records
2E9B Unique index required to perform changeto
2E9C Unique index required to delete records
2E9D Update of table on the server failed.
2E9E Can't process this query remotely.
2E9F Unexpected end of command.
2EA0 Parameter not set in query string.
2EA1 Query string is too long.
2F01 Interface mismatch. Engine version different.
2F02 Index is out of date.
2F03 Older version (see context).
2F04 .VAL file is out of date.
2F05 BLOB file version is too old.
2F06 Query and Engine DLLs are mismatched.
Capability not supported.
Not implemented yet.
SQL replicas not supported.
Non-blob column in table required to perform operation.
Multiple connections not supported.
Invalid database alias specification.
Unknown database type.
Corrupt system configuration file.
Network type unknown.
Not on the network.
Invalid configuration parameter.
Object implicitly dropped.
Object may be truncated.
Object implicitly modified.
Should field constraints be checked?
Validity check field modified.
Table level changed.
Copy linked tables?
Object implicitly truncated.
A Validity check will not be enforced.
B Multiple records found, but only one was expected.
C Field will be trimmed, cannot put master records into PROBLEM table.
File already exists.
BLOB has been modified.
General SQL error.
Table already exists.
Paradox tables are not supported.
Different sort order.
Directory in use by earlier version of Paradox.
Needs Paradox compatible language driver.
3A01 SYSTEM
3A02 DRIVERS
3A03 DATABASES
3A05 VERSION
3A06 NET TYPE
3A07 NET DIR
3A08 LOCAL SHARE
3A09 LANGDRIVER
3A0A LANGDRVDIR
3A0B MINBUFSIZE
3A0C MAXBUFSIZE
3A0D LOCKRETRY
3A0E SYSFLAGS
3A0F MAXFILEHANDLES
3A10 SQLQRYMODE
3A11 LOW MEMORY USAGE LIMIT
3A12 AUTO ODBC
3A13 DEFAULT DRIVER
3A14 VERSION
3A15 TYPE
3A16 LANGDRIVER
3A17 FILL FACTOR
3A18 BLOCK SIZE
3A19 LOCKPROTOCOL
3A1A LEVEL
3A1B DRIVER FLAGS
3A1E MEMO FILE BLOCK SIZE
3A1F MDX BLOCK SIZE
3A28 INIT
3A29 DB CREATE
3A2A DB OPEN
3A2B TABLE CREATE
3A2C TABLE OPEN
3A32 DB INFO
3A3C TYPE
3A3D PATH
3A3E DEFAULT DRIVER
3A46 INIT
3A47 TYPE
3A48 STANDARD
3A49 TRUE
3A4A FALSE
3A4B OPEN MODE
3A4C READ/WRITE
3A4D READ ONLY
3A4E SHARE MODE
3A4F EXCLUSIVE
3A50 SHARED
3A51 USER NAME
3A52 SERVER NAME
3A53 DATABASE NAME
3A54 SCHEMA CACHE SIZE
3A55 STRICTINTEGRTY
3A5A ORACLE
3A5B
3A5C SERVER
3A5D NET PROTOCOL
3A5E DECNET
3A5F NETBIOS
3A60 NAMED PIPES
3A61 SPX/IPX
3A62 TCP/IP
3A63
3A64 VINES
3A65 APPC
3A66 ASYNC
3A6E SYBASE
3A6F
3A70 SERVER
3A71 BLOB EDIT LOGGING
3A72 CONNECT TIMEOUT
3A73 TIMEOUT
3A74 DATE MODE
3A75 DATE SEPARATOR
3A76 DECIMAL SEPARATOR
3A78 INTRBASE
3A79
3A7A SERVER
3A82 FORMATS
3A83 DATE
3A84 TIME
3A85 NUMBER
3A8C SEPARATOR
3A8D MODE
3A8E FOURDIGITYEAR
3A8F YEARBIASED
3A90 LEADINGZEROM
3A91 LEADINGZEROD
3A92 TWELVEHOUR
3A93 AMSTRING
3A94 PMSTRING
3A95 SECONDS
3A96 MILSECONDS
3AA0 DECIMALSEPARATOR
3AA1 THOUSANDSEPARATOR
3AA2 DECIMALDIGITS
3AA3 LEADINGZERON
3AA5 ascii
3AA6 DBUS0
3AAA /
3AAB 0
3AAC FALSE
3AAD TRUE
3AAE TRUE
3AAF TRUE
3AB0 TRUE
3AB1 AM
3AB2 PM
3AB3 TRUE
3AB4 FALSE
3AB5 .
3AB6 ,
3AB7 TRUE
3E01 Wrong driver name.
3E02 Wrong system version.
3E03 Wrong driver version.
3E04 Wrong driver type.
3E05 Cannot load driver.
3E06 Cannot load language driver.
3E07 Vendor initialization failed.
3F01 Query By Example
3F02 SQL Generator
3F03 IDAPI
3F04 Lock Manager
3F05 SQL Driver
3F06 IDAPI Services
3F07 dBASE Driver
3F0A Token
3F0C Table
3F0D Field
3F0E Image
3F0F User
3F10 File
3F11 Index
3F12 Directory
3F13 Key
3F14 Alias
3F15 Drive
3F16 Server error
3F17 Server message
3F18 Line Number
3F19 Capability
3F1A Limit
3F6F WORK
3F70 PRIV
3F71 Rec

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BDE Error list:

$ (0) = Successful completion.
$ (33) = System Error
$ (34) = Object of Interest Not Found
$ (35) = Physical Data Corruption
$ (36) = I/O Related Error
$ (37) = Resource or Limit Error
$ (38) = Data Integrity Violation
$ (39) = Invalid Request
$ (40) = Lock Violation
$ (41) = Access/Security Violation
$A (42) = Invalid Context
$B (43) = OS Error
$C (44) = Network Error
$D (45) = Optional Parameter
$E (46) = Query Processor
$F (47) = Version Mismatch
$ (48) = Capability Not Supported
$ (49) = System Configuration Error
$ (50) = Warning
$ (51) = Miscellaneous
$ (52) = Compatibility Error
$E (62) = Driver Specific Error
$F (63) = Internal Symbol
$ () = Cannot open a system file.
$ () = I/O error on a system file.
$ () = Data structure corruption.
$ () = Cannot find Engine configuration file.
$ () = Cannot write to Engine configuration file.
$ () = Cannot initialize with different configuration file.
$ () = System has been illegally re-entered.
$ () = Cannot locate IDAPI32 .DLL.
$ () = Cannot load IDAPI32 .DLL.
$A () = Cannot load an IDAPI service library.
$B () = Cannot create or open temporary file.
$ () = At beginning of table.
$ () = At end of table.
$ () = Record moved because key value changed.
$ () = Record/Key deleted.
$ () = No current record.
$ () = Could not find record.
$ () = End of BLOB.
$ () = Could not find object.
$ () = Could not find family member.
$A () = BLOB file is missing.
$B () = Could not find language driver.
$ () = Corrupt table/index header.
$ () = Corrupt file - other than header.
$ () = Corrupt Memo/BLOB file.
$ () = Corrupt index.
$ () = Corrupt lock file.
$ () = Corrupt family file.
$ () = Corrupt or missing .VAL file.
$ () = Foreign index file format.
$ () = Read failure.
$ () = Write failure.
$ () = Cannot access directory.
$ () = File Delete operation failed.
$ () = Cannot access file.
$ () = Access to table disabled because of previous error.
$ () = Insufficient memory for this operation.
$ () = Not enough file handles.
$ () = Insufficient disk space.
$ () = Temporary table resource limit.
$ () = Record size is too big for table.
$ () = Too many open cursors.
$ () = Table is full.
$ () = Too many sessions from this workstation.
$ () = Serial number limit (Paradox).
$A () = Some internal limit (see context).
$B () = Too many open tables.
$C () = Too many cursors per table.
$D () = Too many record locks on table.
$E () = Too many clients.
$F () = Too many indexes on table.
$ () = Too many sessions.
$ () = Too many open databases.
$ () = Too many passwords.
$ () = Too many active drivers.
$ () = Too many fields in Table Create.
$ () = Too many table locks.
$ () = Too many open BLOBs.
$ () = Lock file has grown too large.
$ () = Too many open queries.
$A () = Too many BLOBs.
$B () = File name is too long for a Paradox version table.
$C () = Row fetch limit exceeded.
$D () = Long name not allowed for this tablelevel.
$ () = Key violation.
$ () = Minimum validity check failed.
$ () = Maximum validity check failed.
$ () = Field value required.
$ () = Master record missing.
$ () = Master has detail records. Cannot delete or modify.
$ () = Master table level is incorrect.
$ () = Field value out of lookup table range.
$ () = Lookup Table Open operation failed.
$A () = Detail Table Open operation failed.
$B () = Master Table Open operation failed.
$C () = Field is blank.
$D () = Link to master table already defined.
$E () = Master table is open.
$F () = Detail table(s) exist.
$ () = Master has detail records. Cannot empty it.
$ () = Self referencing referential integrity must be entered one at a time with no other changes to the table
$ () = Detail table is open.
$ () = Cannot make this master a detail of another table if its details are not empty.
$ () = Referential integrity fields must be indexed.
$ () = A table linked by referential integrity requires password to open.
$ () = Field(s) linked to more than one master.
$ () = Expression validity check failed.
$ () = Number is out of range.
$ () = Invalid parameter.
$ () = Invalid file name.
$ () = File does not exist.
$ () = Invalid option.
$ () = Invalid handle to the function.
$ () = Unknown table type.
$ () = Cannot open file.
$ () = Cannot redefine primary key.
$A () = Cannot change this RINTDesc.
$B () = Foreign and primary key do not match.
$C () = Invalid modify request.
$D () = Index does not exist.
$E () = Invalid offset into the BLOB.
$F () = Invalid descriptor number.

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$ () = Invalid field type.
$ () = Invalid field descriptor.
$ () = Invalid field transformation.
$ () = Invalid record structure.
$ () = Invalid descriptor.
$ () = Invalid array of index descriptors.
$ () = Invalid array of validity check descriptors.
$ () = Invalid array of referential integrity descriptors.
$ () = Invalid ordering of tables during restructure.
$ () = Name not unique in this context.
$A () = Index name required.
$B () = Invalid session handle.
$C () = invalid restructure operation.
$D () = Driver not known to system.
$E () = Unknown database.
$F () = Invalid password given.
$ () = No callback function.
$ () = Invalid callback buffer length.
$ () = Invalid directory.
$ () = Translate Error. Value out of bounds.
$ () = Cannot set cursor of one table to another.
$ () = Bookmarks do not match table.
$ () = Invalid index/tag name.
$ () = Invalid index descriptor.
$ () = Table does not exist.
$ () = Table has too many users.
$A () = Cannot evaluate Key or Key does not pass filter condition.
$B () = Index already exists.
$C () = Index is open.
$D () = Invalid BLOB length.
$E () = Invalid BLOB handle in record buffer.
$F () = Table is open.
$ () = Need to do (hard) restructure.
$ () = Invalid mode.
$ () = Cannot close index.
$ () = Index is being used to order table.
$ () = Unknown user name or password.
$ () = Multi-level cascade is not supported.
$ () = Invalid field name.
$ () = Invalid table name.
$ () = Invalid linked cursor expression.
$ () = Name is reserved.
$A () = Invalid file extension.
$B () = Invalid language Driver.
$C () = Alias is not currently opened.
$D () = Incompatible record structures.
$E () = Name is reserved by DOS.
$F () = Destination must be indexed.
$ () = Invalid index type
$ () = Language Drivers of Table and Index do not match
$ () = Filter handle is invalid
$ () = Invalid Filter
$ () = Invalid table create request
$ () = Invalid table delete request
$ () = Invalid index create request
$ () = Invalid index delete request
$ () = Invalid table specified
$A () = Invalid Time.
$B () = Invalid Date.
$C () = Invalid Datetime
$D () = Tables in different directories
$E () = Mismatch in the number of arguments
$F () = Function not found in service library.
$ () = Must use baseorder for this operation.
$ () = Invalid procedure name
$ () = The field map is invalid.
$ () = Record locked by another user.
$ () = Unlock failed.
$ () = Table is busy.
$ () = Directory is busy.
$ () = File is locked.
$ () = Directory is locked.
$ () = Record already locked by this session.
$ () = Object not locked.
$ () = Lock time out.
$A () = Key group is locked.
$B () = Table lock was lost.
$C () = Exclusive access was lost.
$D () = Table cannot be opened for exclusive use.
$E () = Conflicting record lock in this session.
$F () = A deadlock was detected.
$ () = A user transaction is already in progress.
$ () = No user transaction is currently in progress.
$ () = Record lock failed.
$ () = Couldn't perform the edit because another user changed the record.
$ () = Couldn't perform the edit because another user deleted or moved the record.
$ () = Insufficient field rights for operation.
$ () = Insufficient table rights for operation. Password required.
$ () = Insufficient family rights for operation.
$ () = This directory is read only.
$ () = Database is read only.
$ () = Trying to modify read-only field.
$ () = Encrypted dBASE tables not supported.
$ () = Insufficient SQL rights for operation.
$2A01 () = Field is not a BLOB.
$2A02 () = BLOB already opened.
$2A03 () = BLOB not opened.
$2A04 () = Operation not applicable.
$2A05 () = Table is not indexed.
$2A06 () = Engine not initialized.
$2A07 () = Attempt to re-initialize Engine.
$2A08 () = Attempt to mix objects from different sessions.
$2A09 () = Paradox driver not active.
$2A0A () = Driver not loaded.
$2A0B () = Table is read only.
$2A0C () = No associated index.
$2A0D () = Table(s) open. Cannot perform this operation.
$2A0E () = Table does not support this operation.
$2A0F () = Index is read only.
$2A10 () = Table does not support this operation because it is not uniquely indexed.
$2A11 () = Operation must be performed on the current session.
$2A12 () = Invalid use of keyword.
$2A13 () = Connection is in use by another statement.
$2A14 () = Passthrough SQL connection must be shared
$2B01 () = Invalid function number.
$2B02 () = File or directory does not exist.
$2B03 () = Path not found.
$2B04 () = Too many open files. You may need to increase MAXFILEHANDLE limit in IDAPI configuration.
$2B05 () = Permission denied.
$2B06 () = Bad file number.
$2B07 () = Memory blocks destroyed.
$2B08 () = Not enough memory.
$2B09 () = Invalid memory block address.
$2B0A () = Invalid environment.
$2B0B () = Invalid format.
$2B0C () = Invalid access code.
$2B0D () = Invalid data.
$2B0F () = Device does not exist.
$2B10 () = Attempt to remove current directory.
$2B11 () = Not same device.
$2B12 () = No more files.
$2B13 () = Invalid argument.
$2B14 () = Argument list is too long.
$2B15 () = Execution format error.
$2B16 () = Cross-device link.
$2B21 () = Math argument.
$2B22 () = Result is too large.
$2B23 () = File already exists.
$2B27 () = Unknown internal operating system error.
$2B32 () = Share violation.
$2B33 () = Lock violation.
$2B34 () = Critical DOS Error.
$2B35 () = Drive not ready.
$2B64 () = Not exact read/write.
$2B65 () = Operating system network error.
$2B66 () = Error from NOVELL file server.
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$2B67 () = NOVELL server out of memory.
$2B68 () = Record already locked by this workstation.
$2B69 () = Record not locked.
$2C01 () = Network initialization failed.
$2C02 () = Network user limit exceeded.
$2C03 () = Wrong .NET file version.
$2C04 () = Cannot lock network file.
$2C05 () = Directory is not private.
$2C06 () = Directory is controlled by other .NET file.
$2C07 () = Unknown network error.
$2C08 () = Not initialized for accessing network files.
$2C09 () = SHARE not loaded. It is required to share local files.
$2C0A () = Not on a network. Not logged in or wrong network driver.
$2C0B () = Lost communication with SQL server.
$2C0D () = Cannot locate or connect to SQL server.
$2C0E () = Cannot locate or connect to network server.
$2D01 () = Optional parameter is required.
$2D02 () = Invalid optional parameter.
$2E01 () = obsolete
$2E02 () = obsolete
$2E03 () = Ambiguous use of ! (inclusion operator).
$2E04 () = obsolete
$2E05 () = obsolete
$2E06 () = A SET operation cannot be included in its own grouping.
$2E07 () = Only numeric and date/time fields can be averaged.
$2E08 () = Invalid expression.
$2E09 () = Invalid OR expression.
$2E0A () = obsolete
$2E0B () = bitmap
$2E0C () = CALC expression cannot be used in INSERT, DELETE, CHANGETO and SET rows.
$2E0D () = Type error in CALC expression.
$2E0E () = CHANGETO can be used in only one query form at a time.
$2E0F () = Cannot modify CHANGED table.
$2E10 () = A field can contain only one CHANGETO expression.
$2E11 () = A field cannot contain more than one expression to be inserted.
$2E12 () = obsolete
$2E13 () = CHANGETO must be followed by the new value for the field.
$2E14 () = Checkmark or CALC expressions cannot be used in FIND queries.
$2E15 () = Cannot perform operation on CHANGED table together with a CHANGETO query.
$2E16 () = chunk
$2E17 () = More than fields in ANSWER table. $2E18 () = AS must be followed by the name for the field in the ANSWER table.
$2E19 () = DELETE can be used in only one query form at a time.
$2E1A () = Cannot perform operation on DELETED table together with a DELETE query.
$2E1B () = Cannot delete from the DELETED table.
$2E1C () = Example element is used in two fields with incompatible types or with a BLOB.
$2E1D () = Cannot use example elements in an OR expression.
$2E1E () = Expression in this field has the wrong type.
$2E1F () = Extra comma found.
$2E20 () = Extra OR found.
$2E21 () = One or more query rows do not contribute to the ANSWER.
$2E22 () = FIND can be used in only one query form at a time.
$2E23 () = FIND cannot be used with the ANSWER table.
$2E24 () = A row with GROUPBY must contain SET operations.
$2E25 () = GROUPBY can be used only in SET rows.
$2E26 () = Use only INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND in leftmost column.
$2E27 () = Use only one INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND per line.
$2E28 () = Syntax error in expression.
$2E29 () = INSERT can be used in only one query form at a time.
$2E2A () = Cannot perform operation on INSERTED table together with an INSERT query.
$2E2B () = INSERT, DELETE, CHANGETO and SET rows may not be checked.
$2E2C () = Field must contain an expression to insert (or be blank).
$2E2D () = Cannot insert into the INSERTED table.
$2E2E () = Variable is an array and cannot be accessed.
$2E2F () = Label
$2E30 () = Rows of example elements in CALC expression must be linked.
$2E31 () = Variable name is too long.
$2E32 () = Query may take a long time to process.
$2E33 () = Reserved word or one that can't be used as a variable name.
$2E34 () = Missing comma.
$2E35 () = Missing ).
$2E36 () = Missing right quote.
$2E37 () = Cannot specify duplicate column names.
$2E38 () = Query has no checked fields.
$2E39 () = Example element has no defining occurrence.
$2E3A () = No grouping is defined for SET operation.
$2E3B () = Query makes no sense.
$2E3C () = Cannot use patterns in this context.
$2E3D () = Date does not exist.
$2E3E () = Variable has not been assigned a value.
$2E3F () = Invalid use of example element in summary expression.
$2E40 () = Incomplete query statement. Query only contains a SET definition.
$2E41 () = Example element with ! makes no sense in expression.
$2E42 () = Example element cannot be used more than twice with a ! query.
$2E43 () = Row cannot contain expression.
$2E44 () = obsolete
$2E45 () = obsolete
$2E46 () = No permission to insert or delete records.
$2E47 () = No permission to modify field.
$2E48 () = Field not found in table.
$2E49 () = Expecting a column separator in table header.
$2E4A () = Expecting a column separator in table.
$2E4B () = Expecting column name in table.
$2E4C () = Expecting table name.
$2E4D () = Expecting consistent number of columns in all rows of table.
$2E4E () = Cannot open table.
$2E4F () = Field appears more than once in table.
$2E50 () = This DELETE, CHANGE or INSERT query has no ANSWER.
$2E51 () = Query is not prepared. Properties unknown.
$2E52 () = DELETE rows cannot contain quantifier expression.
$2E53 () = Invalid expression in INSERT row.
$2E54 () = Invalid expression in INSERT row.
$2E55 () = Invalid expression in SET definition.
$2E56 () = row use
$2E57 () = SET keyword expected.
$2E58 () = Ambiguous use of example element.
$2E59 () = obsolete
$2E5A () = obsolete
$2E5B () = Only numeric fields can be summed.
$2E5C () = Table is write protected.
$2E5D () = Token not found.
$2E5E () = Cannot use example element with ! more than once in a single row.
$2E5F () = Type mismatch in expression.
$2E60 () = Query appears to ask two unrelated questions.
$2E61 () = Unused SET row.
$2E62 () = INSERT, DELETE, FIND, and SET can be used only in the leftmost column.
$2E63 () = CHANGETO cannot be used with INSERT, DELETE, SET or FIND.
$2E64 () = Expression must be followed by an example element defined in a SET.
$2E65 () = Lock failure.
$2E66 () = Expression is too long.
$2E67 () = Refresh exception during query.
$2E68 () = Query canceled.
$2E69 () = Unexpected Database Engine error.
$2E6A () = Not enough memory to finish operation.
$2E6B () = Unexpected exception.
$2E6C () = Feature not implemented yet in query.
$2E6D () = Query format is not supported.
$2E6E () = Query string is empty.
$2E6F () = Attempted to prepare an empty query.
$2E70 () = Buffer too small to contain query string.
$2E71 () = Query was not previously parsed or prepared.
$2E72 () = Function called with bad query handle.
$2E73 () = QBE syntax error.
$2E74 () = Query extended syntax field count error.
$2E75 () = Field name in sort or field clause not found.
$2E76 () = Table name in sort or field clause not found.
$2E77 () = Operation is not supported on BLOB fields.
$2E78 () = General BLOB error.
$2E79 () = Query must be restarted.
$2E7A () = Unknown answer table type.
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$2E96 () = Blob cannot be used as grouping field.
$2E97 () = Query properties have not been fetched.
$2E98 () = Answer table is of unsuitable type.
$2E99 () = Answer table is not yet supported under server alias.
$2E9A () = Non-null blob field required. Can't insert records
$2E9B () = Unique index required to perform changeto
$2E9C () = Unique index required to delete records
$2E9D () = Update of table on the server failed.
$2E9E () = Can't process this query
$2E9F () = Unexpected end of command.
$2EA0 () = Parameter not set in query string.
$2EA1 () = Query string is too long.
$2EAA () = No such table or correlation name.
$2EAB () = Expression has ambiguous data type.
$2EAC () = Field in order by must be in result set.
$2EAD () = General parsing error.
$2EAE () = Record or field constraint failed.
$2EAF () = When GROUP BY exists, every simple field in projectors must be in GROUP BY.
$2EB0 () = User defined function is not defined.
$2EB1 () = Unknown error from User defined function.
$2EB2 () = Single row subquery produced more than one row.
$2EB3 () = Expressions in group by are not supported.
$2EB4 () = Queries on text or ascii tables is not supported.
$2EB5 () = ANSI join keywords USING and NATURAL are not supported in this release.
$2EB6 () = SELECT DISTINCT may not be used with UNION unless UNION ALL is used.
$2EB7 () = GROUP BY is required when both aggregate and non-aggregate fields are used in result set.
$2EB8 () = INSERT and UPDATE operations are not supported on autoincrement field type.
$2EB9 () = UPDATE on Primary Key of a Master Table may modify more than one record.
$2EBA () = Queries on MS ACCESS tables are not supported by local query engines.
$2EBB () = Preparation of field-level constraint failed.
$2EBC () = Preparation of field default failed.
$2EBD () = Preparation of record-level constraint failed.
$2EC4 () = Constraint Failed. Expression:
$2F01 () = Interface mismatch. Engine version different.
$2F02 () = Index is out of date.
$2F03 () = Older version (see context).
$2F04 () = .VAL file is out of date.
$2F05 () = BLOB file version is too old.
$2F06 () = Query and Engine DLLs are mismatched.
$2F07 () = Server is incompatible version.
$2F08 () = Higher table level required
$ () = Capability not supported.
$ () = Not implemented yet.
$ () = SQL replicas not supported.
$ () = Non-blob column in table required to perform operation.
$ () = Multiple connections not supported.
$ () = Full dBASE expressions not supported.
$ () = Invalid database alias specification.
$ () = Unknown database type.
$ () = Corrupt system configuration file.
$ () = Network type unknown.
$ () = Not on the network.
$ () = Invalid configuration parameter.
$ () = Object implicitly dropped.
$ () = Object may be truncated.
$ () = Object implicitly modified.
$ () = Should field constraints be checked?
$ () = Validity check field modified.
$ () = Table level changed.
$ () = Copy linked tables?
$ () = Object implicitly truncated.
$A () = Validity check will not be enforced.
$B () = Multiple records found, but only one was expected.
$C () = Field will be trimmed, cannot put master records into PROBLEM table.
$ () = File already exists.
$ () = BLOB has been modified.
$ () = General SQL error.
$ () = Table already exists.
$ () = Paradox tables are not supported.
$ () = Update aborted.
$ () = Different sort order.
$ () = Directory in use by earlier version of Paradox.
$ () = Needs Paradox compatible language driver.
$ () = Data Dictionary is corrupt
$ () = Data Dictionary Info Blob corrupted
$ () = Data Dictionary Schema is corrupt
$ () = Attribute Type exists
$ () = Invalid Object Type
$ () = Invalid Relation Type
$ () = View already exists
$ () = No such View exists
$ () = Invalid Record Constraint
$A () = Object is in a Logical DB
$B () = Dictionary already exists
$C () = Dictionary does not exist
$D () = Dictionary database does not exist
$E () = Dictionary info is out of date - needs Refresh
$ () = Invalid Dictionary Name
$ () = Dependent Objects exist
$ () = Too many Relationships for this Object Type
$ () = Relationships to the Object exist
$ () = Dictionary Exchange File is corrupt
$ () = Dictionary Exchange File Version mismatch
$ () = Dictionary Object Type Mismatch
$ () = Object exists in Target Dictionary
$ () = Cannot access Data Dictionary
$ () = Cannot create Data Dictionary
$A () = Cannot open Database
$3E01 () = Wrong driver name.
$3E02 () = Wrong system version.
$3E03 () = Wrong driver version.
$3E04 () = Wrong driver type.
$3E05 () = Cannot load driver.
$3E06 () = Cannot load language driver.
$3E07 () = Vendor initialization failed.
$3E08 () = Your application is not enabled for use with this driver.
$3F01 () = Query By Example
$3F02 () = SQL Generator
$3F03 () = IDAPI
$3F04 () = Lock Manager
$3F05 () = SQL Driver
$3F06 () = IDAPI Services
$3F07 () = dBASE Driver
$3F08 () = Dictionary Manager
$3F0B () = Token
$3F0D () = Table
$3F0E () = Field
$3F0F () = Image
$3F10 () = User
$3F11 () = File
$3F12 () = Index
$3F13 () = Directory
$3F14 () = Key
$3F15 () = Alias
$3F16 () = Drive
$3F17 () = Server error
$3F18 () = Server message
$3F19 () = Line Number
$3F1A () = Capability
$3F1B () = Dictionary
$3F1D () = Object
$3F1E () = Limit
$3F1F () = Expression
$3F70 () = WORK
$3F71 () = PRIV
$3F72 () = Records copied
$3F73 () = Records appended
$3F74 () = LineNo
$3F75 () = Line
$3F76 () = Reason

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