AW: filling a db on CD, what happens?

Derek Bump runrev at
Wed Feb 6 11:53:32 EST 2008


When you open a file or program, it is placed into memory.  From there, 
you can fill variables, fields, properties, etc.  You just can't save 
those changes back to the file on the CD.

You could create some sort of multi-session built in burning feature... 
but eventually you will fill up the CD and that's the end of that story.

Derek Bump
Dreamscape Software

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Tiemo Hollmann TB wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> thats what I knew, but I was also thinking, where is the difference between
> filling data into a field or property of a stack (what is possible on CD)
> and filling data in a db, as far as I don't want to save it - what for sure
> isn't possible on CD and what I wouldn't need.
> Thanks
> Tiemo
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: use-revolution-bounces at [mailto:use-revolution-
>> bounces at] Im Auftrag von Eric Chatonet
>> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 6. Februar 2008 12:19
>> An: How to use Revolution
>> Betreff: Re: filling a db on CD, what happens?
>> Hi Tiemo,
>> A CD is read-only so you can't modify any file on it.
>> But you can copy a file to the user HD in the temporary folder, use
>> and modify it and delete it when finished.
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