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  • Error: "Company file version is not supported" message connecting to Network file: Pc running 2016.3 and server running? Check server via http://<server name>:8080/accountright/info It woill show what resources are available
    Posted: 2017-04-12 14:08 by Mark Crichton    
  • Using MYOB ODBC Driver 19.n with Windev using a manually set up ODBC Data Source. Must MYOB file be open? Older 32bit Windows pc's using normal path eg: "c:\myobdata\myfile.myo" work ok with MYOB closed. New Windows versions need MYOB file open unless using a UNC path. Share the folder containing MYOB data file. Process returns a UNC path eg:"\\mycomputername\myobdata\" which will work with MYOB file closed.
    Posted: 2016-06-01 13:56 by Mark Crichton    
  • Using MYOB ODBC Driver 19.n with Windev using a manually set up ODBC Data Source. Must MYOB file be open? Older 32bit Windows pc's using normal path eg: "c:\myobdata\myfile.myo" work ok with MYOB closed. New Windows versions need MYOB file open unless using a UNC path. Share the folder containing MYOB data file. Process returns a UNC path eg:"\\mycomputername\myobdata\" which will work with MYOB file closed.
    Posted: 2016-06-01 13:53 by Mark Crichton    
  • The above message can be caused by programs which reset the computer clock to a central computer. Contact DataWise and we will send you th unlock key and instructions.
    Posted: 2011-08-16 08:22 by Mark Crichton    
  • If you are running an old vision of DataWise Report write you will need to update it to the latest vision. From the home page on the DataWise website click on the Download button from the list on the left hand side of the screen. Scroll down to the heading ?DataWise Report Writer Updates? Click on the latest beta Dated 15/10/2010 myb9.exe Save this file into your Myb9 folder on your C: drive. This will replace the old vision with this current vision. Now go ahead and enter your Key as normal.
    Posted: 2010-10-19 11:53 by Karen    
  • The problem is due to the Zip ActiveX component not being able to install. Copy the 3 files dzactx.dll, duzactx.dll, dzstactx.dll into the [c:\windows\system32 folder if a 32bit computer] or [c:\windows\sysWOW64 folder if a 64 bit computer]. The next step to fix it is to run the CMD.exe as Administrator. Steps: Start> Computer> Local Disk (c:)> Windows> System32 or sysWOW64> Scroll down to CMD.exe, right click and 'Run as Administrator' Then you can just regsvr32 xxxxx.dll to change directory use the following format: to go back a folder - CD.. to navigate forward - cd folderNameExactly
    Posted: 2010-08-10 08:33 by Mark    
  • After installing DataWise Report Writer on a Windows 64 bit machine I get the OLE error as above.
    Posted: 2010-08-10 08:27 by Mark Crichton    
  • DataWise starts up and hangs. Program running in Taskmanager/processes. Have to kill process. Same occurs each time run exe. Solved by downloading Foxpro SP2 runtimes available at DataWise.co.nz\downloads. DataWise will now run with it's own private set of dll's and will not be affested by other application upgrades or deletions.
    Posted: 2010-04-21 12:16 by Kath    
  • If the install program has not been used, then Foxpro runtimes are not in the windows/system folder. Not a problem ... download the Runtime files and copy them into the same folder as the exe. Download from here http://www.76666.cms- tool.net/DWRDownload.htm
    Posted: 2010-03-22 07:41 by Mark Crichton    
  • When I enter the name and key, I get an error saying, "Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual Foxpro support library".
    Posted: 2010-03-22 07:39 by Mark Crichton    
  • Welcome to all new users. This is a new forum and we hope you will find it useful as a tool to share knowledge and ideas, so that we can kepp developing th eproduct.
    Posted: 2009-05-28 22:13 by Mark Crichton