I have enclosed the full path and filename in "" to deal with the spaces. Team Delphi Developer Tue, 20 Nov 2007 02:11:16 GMT Re:I/O Error 123 QuoteIn article <429f2...@newsgroups.borland.com>, Jeff Patrick wrote: > I'm getting this error when I try to write to a file First, temporarily remove any newly installed memory sticks from the RAM sink. I think if you're doing it internally, eg you do filename:='a long file.txt"; You can probably get away with it, its more of the myapp a long file.txt will see param http://toriisoft.com/io-error/io-error-104-delphi.html
share|improve this answer answered Mar 12 '09 at 18:00 Loren Pechtel 6,89431937 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Your example code should work in general, those errors seem to than you can perform your function by type this code The Code (CODE) The Im… Delphi How to Receive an eFax Video by: j2 Global Internet Business Fax to Email Board index » delphi » I/O Error 123 Jeff Patric Delphi Developer Mon, 19 Nov 2007 23:27:16 GMT I/O Error 123 I'm getting this error when I try to write to I had the exact same problem in a multi-threaded application with code almost identical to the snippet above and I had critical sections protecting the code.
That error usually means that a program is trying to access a file, but the directory or file name is incorrect. I once had the same problem as this when the logging code was called simultaneously from both threads. Privacy Follow Thanks!
Following Follow I/O errors "I/O Error 123" This message appears when trying ot run an application (exe). HTH, Chris. ------------ MarK Hendri Delphi Developer Fri, 20 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT Re:SelectDirectory() raises EInOutError 'I/O error 123' if using a Share. More details would be needed to try to provide more help (OS, application, how did the problem start, etc) Please enter an answer. Before you start scratching your head, let me give you a simple example: in Linux the filename one"bad:case;of,a=filename is valid.
There are characters that are illegal in a path or file, for example (like a colon other than the one after the drive letter), and for files on a net share Actually I have no idea which line coz the exception error...it just suddenly pop-up. Thanks. But then you are probably guaranteed to miss 100% of the second messages (referring to my case).
I think that's why ChDir is raising the exception. A good hint nevertheless. –Oliver Giesen Mar 11 '09 at 14:29 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Could you be looking at a stray error from something else compiled The following are the Windows API (and former DOS) IO errors, which are also the IO errors often returned by Delphi programs, and which are generally difficult to find reference for, I think it can. –Marco van de Voort May 30 '09 at 13:52 3 @Marco: Yes, it can fail, but if it fails, closing the file is not required because
I have > enclosed the full path and filename in "" to deal with the spaces. > Any ideas? Any ideas? Another case where I sometimes get the 103 error is this code, which I use to create an empty file (or more often to empty an existing file): AssignFile(lFile, AFileName); try The 123 error from eXtract is not normal.
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Ive downloaded the backup file from the site and from filezilla, when i use the eXtract it gives me that error... Quote>What's HTH? >Thanks, hope to find more info about this. But those Errorcodes doesn't seem to be the same as these, so i guess they aren't really I/O Errors?. 100 Disk read error Reported by Read on a typed file if
share|improve this answer answered Mar 11 '09 at 14:01 schnaader 34.7k572105 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote If I understand this correctliy, your file assignment fails. You may up grade your RAM with the added memory adhere, or else you can try out acquiring a fresh memory in its place. Most of the time this seems to happen on the first run after I recompiled the application. I/O Error 123 is an invalid name error.
Error 123: too many symbols 4. I was skinning the above answers and the one which has two checks with the green check tic, I right followed, just intuitively, and it is so that: When I have The structure of one of the files that contains// Registry data is corrupt, or the system's image of the file in memory// is corrupt, or the file could not be recovered I know it is absurd, but it works!
An error in SP doesn't raise an exception 7. I am preparing a new cross-platform version which will be able to work around this and it'll also have an optional command-line interface for the CLI-geeks out there :) Saturday, 25 I suggest that you rewrite the code to use TFileStream, instead, just in order to improve your error messages. The archive was created on a system other than your Mac.
I then copied it down to my pc using filezilla, selected binary transfer When I use the extractor to try extract the backup to a location on my pc I get what would happen if i try the ReWrite twice? see why: This is the code that solves the problem of ReWrite (without messages): AssignFile(MyFileHandler,RouteToWritableExistantFile); try ReWrite(MyFileHandler); // This sometimes fails except ReWrite(MyFileHandler); // When prior fails, this runs OK end; The archive can be extracted on the same file system that the backup was created on, the file names would be legal there. Saturday, 15 August 2009 00:56 CDT mickaoy
error "raised exception class EInOutError with message 'File not found'." with TFileListBox 4. There's more useful stuff in there... Delphi is trying to access a file called "c:\program files\test\" (including the double-quotes) which is an illegal file name since it contains colons and backslashes (I'm not sure if double-quotes are If all the above-listed steps fail to resolve memory-related Delphi Io Error 123 error codes, your PC's memory may be the culprit.
Subscribe HomeSupportUNiTE, Remote CLI, eXtract Wizard#3522: Extractor error 123 #3522 – Extractor error 123 Posted in ‘UNiTE, Remote CLI, eXtract Wizard’ This is a public ticket. What is I/O error 123? I'm trying to work with in a customer spec that actually calls for directory and file names with spaces in them.
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