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Pro2 shows the error during replication (3388)

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TitlePro2 shows the error during replication (3388)
URL NamePro2-shows-the-error-during-replication-3388
Article Number000129841
EnvironmentProduct: Pro2
Version: 4.6.3.
OS: Windows
Other: Pro
Question/Problem Description
Pro2 shows the error during replication (3388).
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error MessageInactive <index> cannot be used for TEMP-TABLE <name>. You must use USE-INDEX to specify the active indexes to use for the TEMP-TABLE, or use the startup option -noinactiveidx. (3388)
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
Unknown at the time of this writing.
Resolution
To eliminate this error add the parameter -noinactiveidx in the file bprepl\scripts\replProc.pf.

Later releases of Pro2 already include this parameter.
Workaround
Notes
Last Modified Date3/4/2018 5:15 AM
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