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17.5.1 Watcom WIN386 not running on a 386 DPI implementation error msg appears

17.5.2 pc/MRP says Record does not exist

17.5.3 pc/MRP says Can not save record, record has been edited by another

17.5.4 Can not bring up a record (partnumber with a lower case alpha character) from the scroll list

17.5.5 pc/MRP for Windows brings up a blank record instead of the record you selected

17.5.6 Address and PO log book files keep asking if you wish to convert the files

17.5.7 pc/MRP for Windows requires excessive key strokes to process records

17.5.8 Variable not found

17.5.9 Dialog box asks "Overwrite invalid foxuser file"

17.5.10 pc/MRP freezes up

Corrective action:

Call Software Arts for update.

 

17.5.11 Internal Inconsistency Error Message

17.5.12 Stack Fault Error Message

17.5.13 Letter of Floppy Drive You Are Installing From Message.

17.5.14 Macro Overflow.

17.5.15 Library file is invalid

17.5.16 Record has been edited by another.

17.5.17 Cost roll-up and exploded BOMs contain incorrect dollar amounts.

17.5.18 Can not edit a document.

17.5.19 Can not delete a document.

17.5.20 Highlighting a part in a BOM displays another partnumber.

17.5.21 MSG.DBF does not have an entry for (Name of menu item.)

 

17.5.22 Running option 43, Repair invalid memo file, deletes the file being repaired.

17.5.23 pc/MRP field contains nothing but asterisks or stars (numeric overflow).

17.5.24 When scrolling for something (Inventory or BOMs), pressing enter does not open the selected file.

17.5.25 Dates contain day and month, but are missing the century after updating to a Y2K version of pc/MRP.

17.5.26 Insufficient memory when editing Address Book.

17.5.27 Part number in a BOM is not Issued when Running the Stockroom Issue Function.

17.5.28 When printing a BOM an incorrect part number displays or prints out in every BOM.

17.5.29 Browser location changes for everybody when individual user changes his browser location.

17.5.30 A Bill of Materials Became mixed-up after Entering and or Editing the BOM.

17.5.31 Can not open or locate Visual FoxPro Library File  

17.5.32 Class not registered error message

When pc/MRP needs to use a class library .DLL or .OCX file, the operating system will first look in the registry, if it finds an entry in the registry pointing to where the .DLL or .OCX file is located and that file does not exist, the operating system will throw an error message.    If it does not find an entry in the registry it will look in pc/MRP’s home directory.   If it does not find the .DLL or .OCX file there, it will look in the system folders.   If it does not find it in the system folders, it will throw an error message.

pc/MRP versions 7.50 and higher use the following DLL files, VFP6R.DLL and VFP6RENU.DLL

pc/MRP versions 7.52 and higher use the following .OCX files, MSCOMCT2.OCX  (Date Picker), CTSCTSCHEDULE.OCX, TIME LINE OCX (MRP Timeline Report), CTTABS.OCX, CTTIPS.OCX

pc/MRP version 7.83 added MSCCOMCTL.OCX ( Tree View for Corporate Reporting)

To fix the problem you could do the following.   (1) Copy the missing file into the directory the registry indicates it should be in.  (2) Copy the missing file into the System32 folder or the System folder (Win 98 and 98).   (3)  Open up Explorer, find the file, leave the Explorer window open, Click on the Start button, Select Run and register it by typing in REGSVR32 and drag and drop the file from explorer into the run command line one space after the word REGSVR32.   Be aware if you move this file be aware your computer may not be able to find it.   If you are going to delete some of the registry entries, make a backup of the registry by selecting export and giving it a name to import it back in from if necessary.

Other cures might include disabling a virus checker that is not allowing un-registered DLLs to run or an operating system doing the same.