AW: error -39 on app start
Tiemo Hollmann TB
toolbook at kestner.de
Wed Apr 29 05:37:49 EDT 2009
yes, thats what the docs say, but how can that be, if new installing the app
from DVD, where it run before fine and on DVD nothing can have happened to
So my guesss is, that the Mac "remembers" anything from the crash in any tmp
files or something like that, even after restart...
No clue. there have been times, I thought Mac would be more robust as Win.
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> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 29. April 2009 11:29
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> Betreff: Re: error -39 on app start
> Hi Tiemo,
> the apple errors are here
> error -39 is eoferr = End of file; no additional data in the format
> I suspect that the physical and logical end of file are inconsistent, but
> that is a guess.
> So maybe there is a corrupt file?
> whatever that means.
> Tiemo Hollmann TB wrote:
> > Hello,
> > a customer of mine gets "database couldn't be opened, error: -39" and
> > can't
> > start my runrev app anymore on Mac OS X 10.5 (it's a valentina DB). I
> > to say, that the DB is read only, no writing to it, no update, no
> > Yesterday my app closed with an unexpected error at this customer. Next
> > time
> > he wanted to start, an error occurred "program is shut down, after it
> > newly opend" (free translation from german). I have no idea, if this
> > already came from a valentina error or something else.
> > I deleted my whole app and installed it from the scratch from DVD with
> > customer. Since then he gets the "database couldn't be opened, error: -
> > and sometimes a warning: "unexpected exception on reindex of kind."
> > I don't have much Mac experience, could somebody point me to what is
> > on here? What is this error -39, is it an apple error (end of file) or
> > it
> > a valentina error?
> > How can it happen that even after deleting and reinstalling the whole
> > this error occurs? It looks like that the Mac "remembers" anything of
> > corrupted program crash from yesterday, but how and where? We also have
> > restarted the Mac.
> > I really have now idea, where to start, so any hint is very welcome
> > Thanks
> > Tiemo
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