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Error 132 when opening the AppBuilder or Procedure Editor

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EnvironmentProgress 9.X
Windows
OpenEdge 10.x
Question/Problem Description
Error 132 when opening the AppBuilder or Procedure Editor
** <file-name> already exists with <field/value...>. (132)
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
Progress is attempting to create a record to the _mru_files (AppBuilder) or MRU_Files (Procedure Editor) temp-table that already exists when constructing the Menu Recently Used (MRU) Utility. The data that is being used to create that temp-table record is coming from a duplicated entry in the registry or configuration settings (INI) file.
Resolution
Delete or update an MRUFile entry of the ProAB (AppBuilder) or Proedit (Procedure Editor) Section in the registry, or INI file. For example, if the following ProAB Section of an INI file was being used to start up Progress, it would be necessary to delete the MRUFile4 line (shown below), or update it to point to another file name.

/*** INI File ***/

[ProAB]
MRUFile1=C:\PROGRESS\WRK9.1C\test.w
MRUFile2=C:\PROGRESS\WRK9.1C\test.i
MRUFile3=C:\PROGRESS\WRK9.1C\test_cl.w
MRUFile4=C:\PROGRESS\WRK9.1C\test.w
Workaround
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