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Drive limitation running apps under Goglobal 11 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 0
Does GoGlobal enforce local drive limitions such as not allowing application activity in OS directory subdirectories? Our application uses the BDE and creates a subdirectory in the OS directory. The subdirectory is used for temp files and program information in INI files.

The program and GoGlobal are installed on a Win 2000 server. The application runs without problem at the server console. When running the application under Goglobal, the program errors when accessing data files located in the OS directory subdirectory.

Any suggestions?
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Re: Drive limitation running apps under Goglobal 11 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 0
If you BDE application will check ini file.You can try cmd.exe to publish BDE application with every can ccess their own ini.
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Re: Drive limitation running apps under Goglobal 11 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
"Applications deployed on GO-Global Servers must differentiate between user-specific information and global information that applies to all users. User preference files and other user-specific files must be stored in the user’s home directory or some other user-specific directory. Initialization (.INI) files can be automatically mapped to a user-private directory.
To remap an INI file to a user-private directory, add a string value specifying the base file name of the INI file under the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\GraphOn\Bridges\1.0.0\Compatibility\INIFilePaths
For example: myapp.ini REG_SZ %userprofile%\WINDOWS\myapp.ini

In this example, myapp.ini is placed in the WINDOWS subdirectory of the user's profile directory. The WINDOWS subdirectory is not created automatically. It must be manually created for this to work."

This is from the developper guide don't forget to copy the file to the profil directory.
If it's working put it on the default profil to get all users access to the application.
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