Gary is correct, a procedure will continue to run even if the database containing it closes. However, you obviously cannot start a procedure contained in a closed database.
Was the database named v? Were there any other databases open? If so, were they in the same folder as the database you just closed.
On it’s own, Panorama does not have any concept of of a current folder. Each database file is of course associated with a folder, but once that database is closed, Panorama knows nothing about that folder. Once you use the
closefile statement, you cannot rely on what the current folder might be, unless for some reason you know that some particular database will be current.
is not reliable, because you haven’t specified a full path in the
That said, your original screenshot definitely shows a bug. The filename should never be (null). What we don’t know is what the steps really were to get you to that point.