Status from: March 2013

Microsoft Access is no longer used as a server database in newer versions of ProCall.

The journals in ProCall One R2 are no longer updated and the article ProCall Journal is no longer written was worked through.

Reuse journal entries

If you want to continue using the existing journal entries, please proceed as follows:

  • Beenden Sie ProCall One R2
  • Create a backup copy of the database C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Roaming\estos\ProCall One\database\CtiServerDatabasejournal.mdb. You can get to this path by running %appdata%
  • Create a local copy of the database C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\estos\ProCall One\database\CtiServerDatabasejournal.mdb
  • Start MS Access and open the local database copy
  • Start the function 'Compress and Repair' in MS Access
  • Save the repaired database and replace the defective database in the above path
  • Start ProCall One R2 and test whether the Journal database can be used again

Do not reuse journal entries 

If you can do without the existing journal entries or the above note did not bring about an improvement, please proceed as follows:

  • Exit ProCall One R2
  • Rename the database folder C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Roaming\estos\ProCall One\database\, e.g. to database.bak
  • Start ProCall One R2 and all databases are recreated