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Old 30th August 2013, 11:40
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Baan: Infor LN - DB: Oracle - OS: Unix
SciTE cannot save after edit report script

It is working fine before, but this afternoon, i opened a report script (by BW) and save it on desktop of my computer as a backup, then i try to edit this report script, after that i want to save, SciTE appear dialog "cannot save, save under a different name", please refer to attachment.

Btw, the relevant bc file in tmp folder is read-only after i check its file property. this is tmp folder path: C:\Users\xxxxx\AppData\Local\Infor\BW\ERPLN\tmp

And, tried to run BAAN by another used id, it will use notepad to open report script, but the problem is the same.

Anyone can help me fix this problem?

Here is my setup in development parameters
1) Editor read-only command D:\wscite\SciTe.ext
Local System

2) Editor Read/Write Command D:\wscite\SciTe.ext
Local System

SciTE cannot save after modify report script.png

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