Component Database Manager error when deleting a repository

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Hello guys,

While trying to delete a repository from the Component Database Manager, I received an error dialog box saying, "There is a problem accessing the file(path/access error). You may not have access to the file".

When I clicked on OK on the dialog box, the repository no longer existed as shown in the "Available repositories" listing. However, the repository folder is on the C:Windows Embedded DataRepositories{………..} with all the driver files in it. I have to delete this folder manually before re-importing the SLD file that I created in Component Designer. The problem is that every time I make a change in my component, I have to first follow the above steps before I can re-import my component in the Component Database Manager successfully.

So what is this problem? Can anyone help me? Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #94078

Component Database Manager error when deleting a repository



Actually for every repository it has inspection or deletion, and there are some other things that we do using repositories. Try this once as follows for your query.

  1. Change the properties of the Repositories folder to get Full Control of the folder. As the folder is setup as read-only when installing the database. It discusses the process:
  2. You can also alter the location of repositories and it acts upon the highlighted repository, and lets you move the repository manually. 
  3. This accepts to do some simple load by balancing through movement of repositories to different locations for improvement of their performance of network.
  4. Movement of repository to the local folder (C:box) refers to that others may be using your's database will not be able to build.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #94079

Component Database Manager error when deleting a repository


Hello Castillo,

To resolve that issue, you will need to check the compatibility mode of the database manager:

  • Just right click on it and then select Properties.
  • After that choose the Compatibility tab.
  • And the ensure that the box for Compatibility mode is not checked, and if so, clear the check for Run this program in compatibility mode for.



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