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    In some cases, your computer may display a “selectdirectory delphi o error 123” error message. This problem can have many causes.

    Mark HendryX

    Delphi developers

    Fri Sep 20, 2007 03:00:00 GMT

    SelectDirectory() Returns EINnOutError ‘I/O Error 123’ When Using A Shared Resource.

    The program highlights the mentioned ellipsis after 2 lines, because they are

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  • is called and then executed through a shared resource (eg ‘M99PATHFILENAMES’).

    What could be an elegant alternative to choosing an annual that lets newcomers get creative and validates approval?

    Program 2;
    $APPTYPE CONSOLE
    uses
    SysUtils,
    FileCtrl;

    selectdirectory delphi i o error 123

    var
    Directory: string;

    Initial
    Directory := ‘C:’;
    SelectDirectory(Dir,[],0);
    {
    The above line throws an exception, it is thrown in Unit FileCtrl,
    usually in ChDir(NewDirectory).

    Procedure TDirectoryListBox.SetDir(const NewDirectory: string);
    begin
    if DirectoryExists(FDirectory) then
    ChDir(FDirectory);
    ChDir(NewDirectory); // <<< throws an exception
    GetDir(0, FDirectory);
    list of assemblies;
    Change;
    end;

    Local variables to the right of the exception:

    NewDirectory means #0′:Delphi5DPRTestProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’
    FDirectory=’M99priveDelphi5DPRTest
    ProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’

    End.

    SelectDirectory() Returns EINnOutError ‘I/O Error 123’ When Using A Shared Resource.

    The following two-line program talks about an exception because it is

    What is probably the most elegant solution for acquiring a catalog, allowing new catalogs to be created, and supporting sharing?

    Program 2;
    $APPTYPE CONSOLE
    uses
    SysUtils,
    FileCtrl;

    Initial
    Directory := ‘C:’;
    SelectDirectory(Dir,[],0);
    {
    The above line throws an exception, this run happens in the FileCtrl,
    module in ChDir (NewDirectory).

    Procedure TDirectoryListBox.SetDir(const NewDirectory: string);
    start
    if DirectoryExists(FDirectory) then
    ChDir(FDirectory);
    ChDir(NewDirectory); // <<< throws an exception
    GetDir(0, FDirectory);
    list of assemblies;
    Change;
    end;

    NewDirectory implies #0′:Delphi5DPRTestProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’
    FDirectory = ‘M99priveDelphi5DPRTest
    ProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’

    in

    Delphi developers

    Fri Sep 20, 2004 03:00:00 GMT

    Re: SelectDirectory() Throws EINnOutError ‘I/O 123’ When Using Generic Resource.

    Quote

    MarK HendriX wrote in note <[email protected]>…
    >The following two-line tutorial throws the indicated exception because it is available and executed as
    > type (for example , ‘M99PATHFILENAMES’).
    Is there an elegant solution to select an up-to-date directory, allow
    creation associated with
    new directories, and support sharing?

    >Program 2;
    >$APPTYPE CONSOLE
    >uses
    > SysUtils,
    > FileCtrl;

    >var
    > Dir: String;

    >Start
    > Directory:= ‘C:’;
    > SelectDirectory(Dir,[],0);
    >
    > The top line expands the exception, it is thrown in the Printer FileCtrl,
    > in ChDir(NewDirectory).

    >Procedure TDirectoryListBox.SetDir(const NewDirectory : string);
    >begin
    > if DirectoryExists(FDirectory) and
    > ChDir(FDirectory);
    > ChDir(NewDirectory); // <<< throws an exception
    > GetDir(0, FDirectory);
    > ListList;
    > Change;
    > end;

    >Authorization local variables before the exception are usually:

    >NewDirectory = #0′:Delphi5DPRTestProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’
    >FDirectory is ‘M99priveDelphi5DPRTest
    >ProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’
    >

    >End.

    Mark,

    SelectDirectory,

    because you canYou can allow updating new directories with
    using the sdAllowCreate and sdPerformCreate flags, which include:

    SelectDirectory(Dir,[sdAllowCreate, sdPerformCreate],0);

    selectdirectory delphi i o error 123

    I don’t know why SelectDirectory would throw an exception for the provider common name
    . • The HTML source code for the function appears to be web-enabled.

    Like
    for:

    NewDirectory=#0′:Delphi5DPRTestProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’

    How is a person’s starting number 0 related to the string? I think this is why ChDir
    is throwing an exception.

    CHTN,

    Chris.
    —-

    Re: SelectDirectory() Throws EINnOutError “I/O Error 123” When Using A Shared Resource.

    For SelectDirectory, you may well allow
    to create new article submission sites, including the sdAllowCreate, sdPerformCreate flags as follows:

    I often wonder why SelectDirectory throws an exception for the network name. The source code appears to be network-like because of this feature.

    What is the #0 at the beginning of the line? I wonder if that’s why ChDir is an exception?
    Hendrix

    Quote

    Tag in message <[email protected]>…
    >Correct 2-lineThe program throws the specified exception because it
    >is invoked through a share and (for example, ‘M99PATHFILENAMES’).
    Is there

    an elegant answer to
    directory selection,
    permission to create new ones, and then version support?

    >Program 2;
    >$APPTYPE CONSOLE
    >uses
    > SysUtils,
    > FileCtrl;

    >var
    > Dir: String;

    >Start
    > Directory:= ‘C:’;
    > SelectDirectory(Dir,[],0);
    >{
    >The line throws an exception, it happens in the FileCtrl block,
    >in this ChDir(NewDirectory).

    >Procedure TDirectoryListBox.SetDir(const NewDirectory : string);
    >begin
    > if DirectoryExists(FDirectory), then
    > ChDir(FDirectory);
    > ChDir(NewDirectory); // <<< throws an exception
    > GetDir(0, FDirectory);
    > ListList;
    > Change; > end;

    >Local variables just before the exception is thrown:

    >NewDirectory implies #0′:Delphi5DPRTestProjectsTestDirectorySelectIOError’
    >FDirectory = ‘M99priveDelphi5DPRTest

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