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ImageKeep Express 1 - Technical Q&A Forum
Discussion on how and why things work in ImageKeep Express including areas such as database files, image handling, program configuration, etc.
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Error 112

I have a user that everytime that she tries to enter a image she gets an error message "xbase error 112". This only happens on this one user. System Info: XP with SP2

--Matt Hawes on Thu, Oct 27th, 2005 11:44:00 UTC

Answers

That indicates an error in the ImageBase file(s) of some sort. Usually this is related to corruption of one or more of the files that make up an IMB ImageBase.

The best thing to do is to create a new ImageBase and copy the images from the old ImageBase into the new one (just select all the images and then drag those into the new ImageBase while holding down to Ctrl key to copy rather than move).

Another thing you can try is to pack the ImageBase (select 'Pack ImageBase' from the 'Tools' menu). This will rebuild the indexes and regorganize the data files and this will often fix problems. However, I would recommend making backups of all the files (there are a bunch) before packing the ImageBase because it may be damaged so it can't be accessed anymore due to the file corruption.

--Derry Bryson on Thu, Oct 27th, 2005 12:32:54 UTC



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