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AIRAC not Updating (solved by user)

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Hi Volker,

 

This issue started with AIRAC 2007. It just did not update even after running the DB Manager. Now, AIRAC 2008 is doing the same thing! What did *I* do wrong? 2006 installed correctly and is the last AIRAC that installed. In the AIRAC.ini file, it does in fact state AIRAC 2008.

System is as follows:

Win7

Intel Core, I5-4670

CPU is 3.40 GHZ

RAM 16.o GB

OS-64 bit.

 

Dennis

 

I took some screen shots, but it won't allow me to send them.

 

 

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Hello Dennis,

The program fsc_2008.exe provides the FlightSim Commander with correct installation.
The DatabaseManager reads only the data from the flight simulator.
So the one has nothing to do with the other

The decisive factor is not what you read in the Airac.ini file
but which cycle is displayed in the intro screen of the FlightSim Commander.
See below.

Volker

 

FSC_Airac Cycle.jpg

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In your case, you did not select the route folder during installation.
The FlightSim Commander has no influence on the installation, the user is responsible for this.

Volker

 

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Volker,

On the DB Manager, it is in GREEN and says that I have chosen correctly the paths. May I write your email and send you the Screen shots I took?

 

Dennis

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Dennis,

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On the DB Manager, it is in GREEN and says that I have chosen correctly the paths. 

I am very irritated by this statement from you.

Neither the Database Manager nor the FlightSim Commander have anything to do with the installation of the Airac Cycle.

As I wrote in the previous threed:
The program (Airac Cycle) fsc_2008.exe installs the data of the Airac Cycle in the subfolder / Database of the FSCommander.
The prerequisite is the correct selection of the FSC root folder.

Look at the attached screenshot.

Volker

 

FSC_01_180720.jpg

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Volker,

There is no need to be angry with me. i studied your reply at length, and *I* do not have the fsc_2008.exe application available. I searched all the files and could NOT find it.

The path for Navigraph I chose is C /Aerosoft/FSC10/Database.

 

is that not correct?

 

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Dennis

I do not read a sentence from which I can tell that I am angry.
I try to support where it seems necessary.

48 minutes ago, Dennisss said:

The path for Navigraph I chose is C /Aerosoft/FSC10/Database.is that not correct?

This is the path in which the FlightSim Commander expects the data.
However, if the data, according to your information on Airac.ini and on the intro screen, is not available,
the FlightSim Commander is not responsible for it and cannot influence it.

The really important question is the following.
Why did the Navigraph program work correctly until Verion 2006 and no longer with versions 2007 and 2008?
So what has changed?
Has the installer been changed without notice (unlikely) or is there an operator error?
And why can FlightSim Commander be responsible?

Volker

 

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Volker,

 

I *FINALLY* figured it out. I was NOT to place "Database" in the path as FSC will place the AIRAC where it's supposed to go. Thanks for your help.

 

Denis

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