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I am trying to use biber and package subfile. Thank to the community I manage to make it run in the main file. See here: Bibliographies when using subfiles

The file bbl is not created in the folder where I have my subfile and I get the error:

 ! Package biblatex Error: File '05-Introduction.bbl' not created by biblatex.
See the biblatex package documentation for explanation.
Type H <return> for immediate help.
...
l.3 \begin{document}
This file was apparently not created by biblatex. Rename it or
move it to a location were TeX will not find it. If this error
persists, consider redefining \blxauxsuffix.See the biblatex
manual for details.

I have to precise that I use subfile with the following structure

./main/main.tex
./tex/05-Introduction.tex
./biblio/biblio.bib
./mystyle.sty

I am running window 7 64bit with MiKTeX 2.9, TeXmaker 4, jabref 2.9 Texmaker and bib database are in UTF8.

I already spent 1.5 day to make it work and it is the last bit that is still missing.

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Marco Daniel, lockstep, John Wickerson, Thorsten, Heiko Oberdiek Jul 6 '13 at 10:05

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