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use lan computer table without maping drive vfp9 sp2

Posted on 2012-03-17
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Hi Experts
I would like to use Atemp.dbf table that exist on LAN computer name LAPTOP drive c folder spp without maping that drive and append records to it.
i can use with following code

use  \\laptop\c\spp\Atemp.dbf

but it is read only.
How can I make it read/write.
Please help
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This depends on access rights given for remote file access. Right click the file on a network computer and select "Share" from the context menu.

If you will share the whole spp folder then users should be able to update files this way.

Access rights granted to users accessing the file via UNC path can vary on the OS used. What OS do you use?

VFP could also map the drive programatically. See http://www.news2news.com/vfp/?function=597
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