I think the best data is going to be in the server files, as the client files seem to be already corrupted. This is a series of 6 linked files, that are dependent on each other to function properly. When there’s a problem like this, usually from sudden power loss or blip, the files come back ok, but then any data entry triggers an error message (corrupted file, record been deleted, etc.). In the past,I remember now I would follow same instructions, but using the server files for everything. In this case, would it make sense to use the client files initially, then import data from the server files at the end?
Also, FWIW, as I examine the “corrupted” data, what always seems to be happening is the data from one file is being “updated” into another file. When the data structures inevitably clash, you get a crash, or one of the error messages. That suggests to me that Panorama just got its variables mixed up. Seems like that would be easier to fix that this. (?)