|Subject||Re: [IB-Architect] Curret Dir|
> > In testing dll (Interbase\UDF\) I had occasion the test the "currentlocation" of
> > the calling process by creating a file from within the calledfunction. The file ended
> > up in the WinNT\System32 dir. Why would Interbase (the callingprocess) be executing
> > in a process space with that as the current dir.?this case \bin.
> > I thought the "current dir" was that where the .exe resided, in
> >Yes, they are.
> Usually, where it is invoked from. Perhaps services are started by
> in system32 ?