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DbWalker and Orphaned wav files

When running dbwalker and checking for orphaned wav files. We fin the following errors.

0:(error): internal dbWalker error - -2147217887 (ODBC driver does not support the requested properties.) in procedure checkForOrphanStreamFiles of Form frmMain

0:(error): internal dbWalker error - 3704 (Operation is not allowed when the object is closed.) in procedure checkForOrphanStreamFiles of Form frmMain

0:(error): internal dbWalker error - 3704 (Operation is not allowed when the object is closed.) in procedure checkForOrphanStreamFiles of Form frmMain

0:(error): internal dbWalker error - -2147217887 (ODBC driver does not support the requested properties.) in procedure checkForOrphanStreamFiles of Form frmMain

0:(error): internal dbWalker error - 3704 (Operation is not allowed when the object is closed.) in procedure checkForOrphanStreamFiles of Form frmMain

1605:(error) stranded wav file name=D:\CommServer\Stream Files\ch_Louise O'Hare_CFS24_CFS_Off Hours_MrGreeting_0549844e.wav

This happens on 6 users if we clean the files the user loses the greetings. These are valid users.

I am wondering if this is becsause the names have an apostrophe eg O'Hare

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Cisco Employee

Re: DbWalker and Orphaned wav files

Unity version?

dbWalker version?

I'm guessing you're right about the names there - but this sound like something that was fixed along the way. the ODBC errors there are the tip off...

Community Member

Re: DbWalker and Orphaned wav files

Unity UM 4.0.5 with DST updates.

DBwalker is the latest version downloaded Monday.

Cisco Employee

Re: DbWalker and Orphaned wav files

I'll have to take a look tomorrow - I'm working a couple cases right now.

Cisco Employee

Re: DbWalker and Orphaned wav files

ok - took a look tonight and it does appear I missed the check for the "'" character in the stream file name for the SQL query during orphaned file checks - I had forgot the alias was still used there (in Connection it's just a GUID used for the file name) - I fixed it in build 4.0.47 of dbWalker which I posted to its home page here:

http://www.ciscounitytools.com/App_DirectoryWalker4.htm

let me know if that works for you.

Community Member

Re: DbWalker and Orphaned wav files

New Db Walker worked fine. Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier. Thanks

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