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Hi.......Do you know what does the message
'BDE error:$0000F'..

I don't know how to fix it......what does it means????

please help me.....because I can't work with the error, the unit is ok but when I try to connect a Data BAse, bde send me the error that I said..
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From the BDE help file:

Delphi syntax

function DbiGetErrorInfo (bFull: Bool; var ErrInfo: DBIErrInfo): DBIResult stdcall {$ENDIF};

Description

DbiGetErrorInfo provides descriptive error information about the last error that occurred, and error contexts for the first four error messages on the error stack.

Parameters

bFull       Type: BOOL       (Input)
Not currently used.
pErrInfo       Type: pDBIErrInfo       (Output)
Pointer to the client DBIErrInfo structure.

Usage

Error information consists of the DBIResult error code, an error message in ANSI characters corresponding to the code, and up to four associated error contexts. For example, if the error message is "Table Not Found," the user might want to know the table name. The BDE engine logged the table name with the error context ecTABLENAME, which can be found in one of the contexts contained in the DBIErrInfo structure.

Prerequisites

This function is designed for immediate display to the user, so unlike the function DbiGetErrorContext, the client does not need to be concerned about the different types of error contexts. If the client wishes to interpret certain error codes and contexts (for example, the ALIAS error context), DbiGetErrorContext should be used.

DbiResult return values

DBIERR_NONE      Error information was retrieved successfully.

See also

DbiGetErrorContext
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hi iamme,

from borland

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BDE Error 000F - by Inprise Developer Support Staff




Abstract:Describes what this error might mean

Q. I'm getting BDE Error 000F. What does it mean?
A. BDE Error 000F means the buffer manager run out of memory. Theoretically lots of things might cause this error. Increasing the BDE SHAREDMEMSIZE parameter in BDE Admin may solve the problem, or just delay the error from occuring. In general, when this error occurs you must do less of something to make the error not occur.
 
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ok
kretzschmar
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hi iamme,
you've a lot low doted unlocked/locked q's, what about grading?
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