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Re: V_PHBOOK problem
Posted by: Ruth Mickelson (ID *****9346) Date: August 03, 2003 at 07:49:02
In Reply to: V_PHBOOK problem by Catherine Fullerton of 11492

When you get the message "Where is V-PHBook.dbf" (that is the image library files), it is telling you that the file being asked for is not in it's original location. When restoring the backup, the data files will restore to the same directory in which they were backed up, and the backup doesn't contain the library and image files. If you have separate back ups for your project, library and image files, restore the library and image files first, then the project files. If you didn't include the library or image files, go back to the old computer and make backups of them and restore them. If you didn't use images, you can simply change the UFT\IMAGES directory when asked "Where is V-PHBOOK" and open the V_PHBOOK.DBF file. If you copied the files rather than using the SQZ backup, and copies the files to the a new UFT directory, just point to the appropriate files in the new locations to change the project file pointers.

Hope this helps!



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