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Could not find language driver

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I received an error upon opening a Paradox table:

Could not find language driver
 
Why and how do I rapair the file, when I'am unable to open the tabel?
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by:eepetersmith
ID: 1362562
I can't completely answer the question, but someone who knows Delphi instead of just paradox could finish it.

One of the table properties can be the selection of a particular 'language file' other than the default.  If a table has different language file, the BDE (database engine) needs to know where those language files are located.  This is where I am less informed, in Paradox it was located under the IDAPI directory, such as c:\idapi\langdrv, what does Delphi use?  C:\BDE\Langdrv?

I'm also ill informed for the solution; someplace Delphi is told where the language drivers are located.  In Paradox it was in Windows' Win.ini under the heading
[BORLAND LANGUAGE DRIVERS]
LDPATH=C:\IDAPI\LANGDRV

The table is not (necessarily) corrupt.
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by:kretzschmar
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hi rainbowsoftware,

maybe the langdriver is not available for you,
try to delete the indexfiles (over Filesystem) and recreate new.
(LangDriver are used to determine the sortorder of the indexes)

meikl
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by:rainbowsoftware
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I did what Meikl proposed, deleted all indexfiles, then I was able to open the table and could recreate the indexes.
Thanks

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by:bruintje
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So think Meikl deserves the points :O)
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by:rainbowsoftware
ID: 1362566
Yes, Meikl deserves the points!
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kretzschmar earned 50 total points
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Hi rainbowsoftware,

glad to helped you.
good luck again

meikl
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