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norman.yuan
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Re: Database.Save "eFileSharingViolation"

04-02-2012 07:02 AM in reply to: Alexander.Rivilis

Well, I'd think how an empty database is created (with noDocument argument being true/false) should not have effect on ReadDwgFile() method being called and the Database being saved as logically. But I could be wrong.

 

Anyway, I tested with

 

using (Database db = new Database(false, true))

 

The result were the same:

 

Acad2009 32bit: OK;

Acad2011 32bit: getting eFileSharingViolation exception

Acad2012 64bit: getting eFileSharingViolation exception

 

Since it is very unlikely this would have anything to do with 32/64bit, I'd think this is bug/break in Acad 19.xx (2010/11/12)

 

Except for OpenFileMode.OpenForreadAndWriteNoShare in ReadDwgFile() method, the other value of FileOpenMode (OpenForReadAndAllShare, OpenForreadAndReadShare and OpenTryForReadShare) seems OK.

 

So, if I'd avoid to use OpenFileMode.OpenForReadAndWriteNoShare, if I have to read dwg file into database in in the same time do not want the dwg file accessed by others.

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Alexander.Rivilis
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Registered: ‎04-09-2008
Message 12 of 13 (238 Views)

Re: Database.Save "eFileSharingViolation"

04-02-2012 07:09 AM in reply to: norman.yuan

norman.yuan wrote:

Since it is very unlikely this would have anything to do with 32/64bit, I'd think this is bug/break in Acad 19.xx (2010/11/12)


A small remark. 19.xx - is AutoCAD 2013 ..., but 18.xx is 2010,2011,2012


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kevin.barnett
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Re: Database.Save "eFileSharingViolation"

10-02-2013 11:00 PM in reply to: Hallex
Hallex saved me yet again ... thx for this post...

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