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Author: Brian crow
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Database files do not exist in selected directories is the error message body text. I get the -127 error at the end, everytime I turn STATS/ON. All the things already suggested have been tried by me. Because it appends, I found and now delete XSTAT11.tml at the beginning of every run. Work it has. The XSTATS with only the last measured data is what I get and the end of the run.

Looking for the last valid XSTATS11.tmp to send to Infinity QS is because I do NOT have the data page. In the 4.3MR1 this used to work for me. It generates an XSTATS, when running through the program. Infinity takes it from another location that I have copied the XSTATS to.

It creates an XSTATS from all the data, every time I run the program now. This error – 127 keep persistently appearing. It is gone when I click on OK. Eventually it seems to cause PCDLRN errors and it is highly annoying.

The fact that 2010 always wants to load the data automatically is my hunch that is has something to do with it. It fails, since I do not have that. It sure is now in 2010 and not an issue in 4.3.

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# Comment Id: 66024

Do not worry Mr. Brian, here I provide some information. 

The following for the V2.2 format of the xstats11.tmp file:
 
There are four line types:  The FILE, DIM, DIM2, and TRACE lines.  
Earlier versions may use the FILE and DIM lines, while the current version uses the FILE and DIM2 line.  
 
The FILE line:
Line type: “FILE: ”
 
Part name: 20 characters of the file name.
 
Stats count Integer counter of stats count variable from PC-DMIS.
 
Date/Time: 18 characters of date and time in the format of month/day/year
 
(Space) hour/minute/second.
 
The DIM and DIM2 lines are similar:
 
Line type: “DIM: “ or “DIM2: “
 
Dim ID: For DIM line type:  10 character field for the dimension id, followed by 3 spaces.
 
For DIM2 line type:  First 15 characters of the dimension id, terminated with the ascii character 0x03.  Note that in this document the 0x03 character prints out as an underscore character, but may appear differently in other documents.
 
Feat ID: For DIM line type:  10 character field for the feature id, followed by 3 spaces.
 
For DIM2 line type: First 15 characters of the feature id, terminated with the ascii character 0x03.  Note that in this document the 0x03 character prints out as an underscore character, but may appear differently in other documents.
 
If there are more than one feature associated to the dimension, only the first feature is printed.
 
Axis Field: 2 character field for the axis type (M, X, Y, Z, D, DF, TP, etc.)
 
Nominal: %12.6 lf double field for the dimension nominal.
 
+Tol: %12.6 lf double field for the dimension plus tolerance.
-Tol: %12.6 lf double field for the dimension minus tolerance.
Measured: %12.6 lf double field for the dimension measured.
 
The TRACE line:
 
Line type: “TRACE: ”
Trace name: Trace field name.
Separator: “ : “
Trace value: Trace field value.
 
Sample V2.3 xstats11.tmp file:
 
FILE: tracesubroutine      4 03/11/99 15:25:25
 
DIM2: LOC1_LOC1_M      1.000000     0.000000     0.000000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC2_LOC2_M      2.000000     0.000000     0.000000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_X      0.000000     0.100000     0.100000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_Y      0.000000     0.200000     0.200000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_Z      0.000000     0.300000     0.300000     0.000000
 
TRACE: operator : wb
 
DIM2: LOC5_LOC5_M      5.000000     5.000000     5.000000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC4_LOC4_M      4.000000     0.000000     0.000000     0.000000
 
FILE: tracesubroutine      5 03/11/99 15:26:32
 
DIM2: LOC1_LOC1_M      1.000000     0.000000     0.000000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC2_LOC2_M      2.000000     0.000000     0.000000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_X      0.000000     0.100000     0.100000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_Y      0.000000     0.200000     0.200000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_Z      0.000000     0.300000     0.300000     0.000000
 
FILE: tracesubroutine      6 03/11/99 15:27:03
 
DIM2: LOC1_LOC1_M      1.000000     3.000000     0.000000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC2_LOC2_M      2.000000     3.000000     0.000000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_X      0.000000     0.100000     0.100000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_Y      0.000000     0.200000     0.200000     0.000000
DIM2: LOC3_PNT1_Z      0.000000     0.300000     0.300000     0.000000
 
TRACE: operator : ryan
 
DIM2: LOC5_LOC5_M      5.000000    50.000000     5.000000     0.000000
 
V2.2 and V2.3 of PC-DMIS also set various parameters in the pcdlrn.ini file in the WinNT or Win95 directory.  These are in the [Database] section and are used by DPUPDATE.EXE to set various parameters in DataPage.
 
[Database]
 
DatabaseDirectory=C:\DATAPAGE\PART
 
ReadLock=10
 
WriteLock=20
 
MemoryPages=4
 
UserID=407827132
 
DataPageVariableName=0
 
ControlCalculations=1
 
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# Comment Id: 115121

Dear Brian,

Temporary files (.tmp file) are created by some programs as a backup. It holds significant space of your PC memory.

However, you don’t actually require them if you have already saved or taken back up of your data. Therefore, you shall delete them time and again.

CCleaner is one such program which can clean all temp files.

Please follow these steps:

1. Click on this link to download it - http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/.

2. Click on the download this version option and install it.,

3. Double Click on the CCleaner icon,

4. Your OS will prompt a separate window on the screen then click yes,

5. Place the button “Run Cleaner” available on extreme right at the bottom,

6. Don’t open other files or stop browsing till system is cleaned and till the status displayed by CCleaner as per the attached image.

I hope you can fix it.