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When I start 2 development projects at the same time i get

Access to the path 'C:\Users\Audun\AppData\Local\Temp\{16AA8FB8-4A98-4757-B7A5-0FF22C0A6E33}_1201_1\dbdata12.dll' is denied.

From http://dcx.sybase.com/1201/en/dbprogramming/adodotnet-dev-dbdata.html The subdirectory name will take the form of a GUID with a suffix including the version number, bitness of the DLL, and an index number used to guarantee uniqueness. The following is an example of a possible subdirectory name.

Why are both my programs trying to use the same path, and is there a workaround?

One project/application is a consoleappilcation started from visual studio 2010 The other are a mvc3 webapplication started from visual studio 2012

Both are referencing iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere.v4.0.dll from gac version 12.0.1.39674

asked 23 Oct '13, 05:55

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edited 23 Oct '13, 12:12

I am trying with newer ebf now

(23 Oct '13, 06:03) Audun

Looks like it should have been fixed http://search.sybase.com/kbx/changerequests?bug_id=654446 Has this bug been reintroduced?

(23 Oct '13, 06:22) Audun
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Hard to answer this question, without knowing where you're starting from:

  • Which version and build are you currently running of the ADO.NET provider?
  • What type of projects are these? Are they both .NET desktop applications? Are they written using the same or different languages?
(23 Oct '13, 10:23) Jeff Albion

EBF did fix it, i did not note down the previous version. But the problem was supposed to be fixed some time ago as http://search.sybase.com/kbx/changerequests?bug_id=654446 says. So i am not sure that the EBF actually fixed the issue, i did a restart of my computer aswell.

(23 Oct '13, 12:14) Audun
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