Multi-user gnucash: owner/group
Thu, 31 Aug 2000 20:09:20 -0700 (PDT)
On Fri, 1 Sep 2000, Robert Graham Merkel wrote:
> We have been extremely conservative in our approach, because we don't
> want to lose data. At the end of each session, a new .xac file is
> saved. If you are confident that the current file retains its integrity,
> you can happily delete the other ones.
So, the .log and .xac files contain transactions that could,
theoretically, be rolled back? Or, could be re-entered to bring the books
back to where they were left off?
>> It appears, too, that the .LCK and .LNK files don't release when we're
>> done with the program. Are we doing something wrong here?
> That's odd. Are you exiting the program using the normal "exit"
Some of the time. It's crashing consistently as my wife works with it on
the other workstation. It would be better for her to explain it to you
folks. Earlier this afternoon she tried to subscrib via the web site but
hasn't received any acknowledgement yet. She's a convert from brief
experience with windows so a lot of this is frustrating and confusing to
her. Patience will be appreciated -- I need to live with her, after all. :-)
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