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OneWorld Xe Standalone

alan_watt

Member
I just installed OneWorld Xe Standalone on my machine so that I can have a
look around the new features. When I attempt to attach a media object to an
Address Book entry it comes up with:

"Failed to create Root storage in the given queue"

Now the only things that I've done that could be construed as "different"
are:

* It's Windows 2000
* I've installed to G:\b7 rather than C:\b7

There doesn't appear to be anything in the INI file that could cause it. And
the Media Object Queues appear to be set up correctly, e.g. OLEQUE maps to
\B7\MEDIAOBJ\OLEQUE.

Any ideas?

... Alan =8^)
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Did you modify the Media Object Queues in the GH9011 Menu?



En Wed, 25 Oct 2000
07:10:40 -0700 (PDT) alan watt escribió:

> I just installed OneWorld Xe Standalone on my machine so that I can have
> a
> look around the new features. When I attempt to attach a media object to
> an
> Address Book entry it comes up with:
>
> "Failed to create Root storage in the given queue"
>
> Now the only things that I've done that could be construed as "different"

> are:
>
> * It's Windows 2000
> * I've installed to G:\b7 rather than C:\b7
>
> There doesn't appear to be anything in the INI file that could cause it.
> And
> the Media Object Queues appear to be set up correctly, e.g. OLEQUE maps
> to
> \B7\MEDIAOBJ\OLEQUE.
>
> Any ideas?
> ... Alan =8^)
> ________________________________________________________
> Alan Watt
> Jade Enterprise Solutions Ltd.
> > "Making Good Ideas Happen"
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BScott

Member
Alan,

Installing it on a different drive won't make any difference, we use the D
partition as standard.

Not sure about win 2000, could it be a permissions problem?

cheers
Barry

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alan_watt

Member
Thanks for that. There was me thinking that "\\" in the Media Object path
would behave like a normal indirection operator, i.e. "go to the root of the
directory where OneWorld is running". I've entered the full path & it's
fine.

Cheers...

... Alan =8^)
__________________________________
Alan Watt
Jade Enterprise Solutions Ltd.
"Making Good Ideas Happen"
__________________________________
Tel/Fax: +44 (0)161 428 1288
Mobile: +44 (0)7970 255073
Email: alan.watt@jade.tm
URL: http://www.jade.tm
__________________________________
 
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