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Forgive me if this question's been asked.

I administer a configuration that makes use of FileMaker Pro Server on one machine and FileMaker Pro Unlimited on another. The databases are all on the Server machine. All web interface files are on the Unlimited machine. This is on all on NT. I set up access for users to their web stuff so that they have control over changing that interface. The complaint I often get is that the "default" html file (usually default.htm) is left open and that they cannot replace the file with a new file. All other HTML/CDML files can be replaced. When you try to replace it, you get the message that another process has the file open. Shutting down related databases, etc. makes no change. I actually have to shut down FileMaker Pro Unlimited to cause the file to be released so that it can be replaced. Has anybody else had this problem and is there a way around this??

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Steve Bowers

Sr. Systems Analyst

ITS Academic Technologies

The University of Iowa

Iowa City, IA 52242

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quote:

Originally posted by snbowers:

The complaint I often get is that the "default" html file (usually default.htm) is left open and that they cannot replace the file with a new file


My solution is to have only refresh tag in the default.htm pointing to the home page, so default.htm never changes...

[This message has been edited by Anatoli (edited November 10, 2000).]

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