Our application using the latest version of your DBF driver (Servoy to FoxPro) came up with an error.
The error message is: 'Failed to lock the data region[2147483646,2147483647] of jobs.DBF'
We do try to lock another table executing an SQL statement "LOCK TABLE blah" but the table name is different and can never be jobs. The figures in the message don't give any clue as to what's happening either, they're far beyond the real job numbers.
In our connection string we use lockType=FoxPro and loadIndices=true.
Do you think it's the driver that throws the error?
>The error message is: 'Failed to lock the data region[2147483646,2147483647]
It means that jobs.dbf has been total table lock by another application. Whether there's other applcation is using jobs.dbf. If not, you should have run "unlock table jobs" once. Usually you needn't to run lock/unlockt talbe sql because HXTT DBF can do automatically concurrent data modification.