• Subject: RE: CA icon problem
  • From: Andy Youens <Andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2001 08:31:39 -0000

Mark

I'm not sure this is the same for W95, we are on W2k, but the file
associations are as follows;

For a .AS4 extension it opens with CWBUISXE.EXE
For a .WS extension it opens with PCSWS
For a .BCH extension it opens with PCSBAT

These are all for CA Express.

Associations can be changed by opening Explorer, then Tools, then Folder
Options & File Types.

Hope this helps.


Regards 

Andy Youens 
FormaServe Systems Ltd (UK)
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-----Original Message-----
From: M. Lazarus [mailto:mlazarus@ttec.com]
Sent: 28 January 2001 04:12
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: CA icon problem


  I have created a desktop icon (Win95) for my CA sessions.  This was fine 
for a while.  After a particular system boot (previous shutdown worked 
fine), the CA "system" icon has been replaced w/ a generic "Windows" icon 
and it doesn't point to anything (i.e. the shortcut tab is gone!)

  Creating another icon doesn't help - it just creates a new invalid icon.

  Is there an easy way to repair the association w/o reinstalling CA?  TIA.

  -mark

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