When performing an address query and clicking OK, the following error is returned:Assertion "Read/Write access on NewFile (OpenFile)" failed at line 1738 of file
"..\jaro\dbprim.c". Sometimes geocoding works every other time, alternating with this error.
After porting a project and attempting to geocode within it, the index file cannot be located because the path was not changed like the source data.
This will bring you to each place in the project file where a geocoding index file is referenced. You will find a section that looks like this:
Name: "US Single House"
XRefStr: "FILE j:/other/hn1.idx\nINDEX 1 I1\nINDEX 2 I2\nEND"
XRefStr: "FILE j:\\other\\hn1.idx\nINDEX 1 I1\nINDEX 2 I2\nEND"
Make particular note of the double slashes in the path statement. Do not worry about the single slash in the "\n" (this is a C language escape character that means "new line"). Most path statements in the project file use single front slashes "/"; this is true both on the PC and on the UNIX platforms. Geocoding index files, on the other hand, need to have double back slashes in the "XRefStr" parameter line only.
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