Error 111

Posted on 2004-03-29
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
Dear People:

When trying to Update a Text File (.FRX File) with an UPDATE command that runs fine in an uncomplided. But then I turn the program into an .EXE and I get an Error 111 "Cannot Update the Curosr".


What in the world is going on.

Question by:EMAROIS
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Expert Comment

ID: 10709043
make sure you initialize all of your variables associated with that file...

typically when something works in the IDE but not once compiled it is because a variable is not initialized

Accepted Solution

parkerig earned 250 total points
ID: 10711282
MSDN suggests

"You have attempted to write to a file that was created or accessed for read-only purposes."

This may suggest that the file lock has not been removed.

Hope this helps

Author Comment

ID: 10725483
I found that the Project is corrupt and that is what is causing the problem.

Thanks for your help.


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