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    How to use databank files not located in the default folder of eTEST!!

    Is it possible to use databank files not located in the default eTest\Databank but located at anyother location on the drive.I am not able to do it...it might appear a very useless query..but if someone can help me with this..*******ly!!!And if it is not possible with eTEST than can somenone tell me this too.

    Thanks in anticipation,
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    Re: How to use databank files not located in the default folder of eTEST!!

    Can you just tell me- are you getting any error while you are including the databank file?

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    Re: How to use databank files not located in the default folder of eTEST!!

    ya ..i am getting an error as :
    " Th e Data Bank fileC:\File\Data.csv could not be opened.Bad file name or number,Error 52"

    Each time i open a file outside the databank folder in eTest i get the above error.I hope this gives you the clue for the answer.

    Thanks,
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    Re: How to use databank files not located in the default folder of eTEST!!

    You cannot do that. Databanks have to live in the Databank directory. The only exception is if you have a shared directory somewhere. Under the shared directory, you need to create a Databank directory.

    Do a search on the knowledge base for shared directory and it will tell you how to set that up.

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