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We have tried reproducing this problem,but were unable to.  We've found no problems running scripts in folders, whose name contains a period.

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Sent by Devin Delane on 06/24/2005 09:31:37 AM:
Our programmer is running in this error in the browser window. When going to this link: The programmer is saying that it is the "period" in the file name, that is giving him the error:
 
 
 
 
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There was an error during the interpretation of your request.

Error #:      1
Message: File 'd:\inetpub\vhosts\normsrvreservations.com\normdata\webdata\trip.dbf' does not exist.
Program: createbasicf d:\inetpub\vhosts\normsrvreservations.com\httpdocs\normweb\normprg.fxp
Line #: 1786
 
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Is there anyway to get past this? We are on a shared server and unfortunatly that is the default file name for domains created in the control panel in Plesk.
 
Thank you,
DD