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Thread began 1/18/2010 3:37 am by online.order393818 | Last modified 1/20/2010 12:15 pm by online.order393818 | 1202 views | 7 replies


No default file name


Thanks for your response. As I mention in the thread I posted that I had read information about the server behavior' not binding properly. And tried the exercise to correct without any success.

My question is: What should the value be for the default file name?

I've notice that there are at least (4) other line that doesn't have any value set for the "DefaultFileName" setting as well. Should they all be the same?

If you can send me an example of the line code I'd appreciate it very much. Perhaps I can move forward then. I've been held up with this issue for more than (3) days. Hopefully there will be a update to correct this problem soon.

Thank you,

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