Thanks, I read that it could be indexation problem but I had no idea this could be the foxuser file. I tried shuting FoxWeb down, renaming the files and then, starting FW so the files are re-created.
I will post again if I'm still experiencing the same problem. But so far, this could be the solution.
Thanks a lot!
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 10/10/2008 01:31:23 PM:
After doing a web search on this error I found that it is returned by VFP and usually indicates that an index is corrupt (often foxuser). I could not find a single solution that fixes the problem in all cases, so I suggest that you run a web search and try the solutions that are suggested in the various forums.
|FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Justin Masse on 10/10/2008 08:30:01 AM:
There are a lot of "Menu manager internal consistency error" messages popping on my foxweb server lately.
Someone have any idea of what could cause such a message?
BTW: error message title is foxweb1, foxweb2 etc. depending on the channel. This is a huge issue since the channel is blocked until the error is acknoleged.