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DxDatabook database file problem

Question asked by Thomas.DeSmit on Mar 29, 2011
Latest reply on Apr 3, 2012 by Thomas.DeSmit

We have recently started to use DxDesigner with DxDatabook for parts search and placement. We are running into a problem of not being able to use file copy/delete/replace commands when trying to update the DxDatabook database file (.mdb), if a user is currently in DxDesigner. We have a "mirrored" library on a separate server at one of our other physical company locations, and we'd like to be able to update their central library on a daily, or as-needed basis, but we're being hamstrung by the fact that if a user forgets to quit DxD, we can't do this. Has any one else run into this issue, and more importantly, how did you solve it?




T. DeSmit

Aeroflex Wichita

CAD Librarian/PCB Designer