Getting Rev to utilize Volume Shadow Services
runrev at dreamscapesoftware.com
Fri Feb 8 10:58:03 CST 2008
What I'm referring to is the file locking mechanism that is employed by
the system. This mechanism is traditionally used when attempting to
prevent 2 processes from opening the same file and essentially
overwriting each other's data.
But I'll test your suggestion out to see if it resolves the problem. If
it does, it saves me the time trying to copy the file first.
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Chipp Walters wrote:
> If all you're trying to do is unlock a file, this should work for you:
> answer file "Chose file to unlock."
> if it is empty or the result is "cancel" then exit to top
> put it into tfile
> replace "/" with "\" in tfile
> put "attrib"&& quote & tfile & quote && "-R" into DosCommand
> set the hideConsoleWindows to true
> get shell (DosCommand)
> answer information tfile & cr & "Unlocked"
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