PowerBuilder 9.0.1: Connect to Oracle Using the PowerBuilder Native Driver
Could anyone please email me this Solved Cases? It may be
related to our production issue.
Thanks in advance,
The first one only affects the development environment, and the second
one is only applicable to datawindows build with the old PBDBMS
What problems are you having?
On 12 Oct 2004 08:56:32 -0700, John Shi wrote:
>Could anyone please email me this Solved Cases? It may be
>related to our production i...PowerBuilder 9.0.2 native Oracle driver for Oracle 10g database
We are migrating from Oracle 8i to 10g. The PowerBuilder
9.0.2 application is extremely slow using PowerBuilder
Oracle 8.4 or 9.0 native driver to connect to Oracle 10g
database, We had to use 7.3 driver. After using trace we
found that the SQL scripts with index hint cause slow down,
but they are working ok using Oracle 8.4 driver with Oracle
8i database. Any suggestion which is best way to connect
from PowerBuilder 9.0.2 to Oracle 10g database? We have
tried the Oracle 8.1.7 client and Oracle 9.0 client.
I found a solved case on Sybase support web site, but we do
not have support...Connecting PowerBuilder 7.0 to Oracle 8i via ODBC
I am connecting a PowerBuilder 7.0 application to an Oracle 8i database via
ODBC (driver version 8.01.61.00) in a client server system. The Oracle ODBC
driver does retrieve the table information but not the columns. I get the
message "Table 'xxxx' has no columns, possible invalid table format". If I
use the native connection or the Microsoft ODBC driver instead, it seems to
fix the problem. Using the Microsoft driver is not an option because of it
not supporting BLOBs.
Thanks in advance,
...Connecting Oracle 8i using Powerbuilder native driver O73
Is there any problem that use Powerbuilder Oracle native driver O73 to
connect to Oracle 8i Database with Parallel Server Option?
Or is there any native driver for connecting Oracle 8i with Parallel Server
O73 and O84 driver both work to access 8i. You'll need the O84 driver to be
able to use some of the 8.x functionality. I have no experience using
Terry Dykstra (TeamSybase)
Please state PB / OS / DB versions in your post.
Search Deja: http://www.pfcguide.com/_newsgroups/search.asp
&...Avoiding ODBC Connections when setting up a UDB database in Powerbuilder 7.0
i am trying to get rid of the ODBC settings that are generally
required when one tries to connect PB with UDB. Is there a way to do
You would still need to have the driver registered. But you could use
a DNSless connection to avoid having to have entries for the database.
See the last half of the following:
On 29 Jan 2007 04:56:50 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>i am trying to get rid of the ODBC settings that are generally
>required when one tries to connect PB with UDB. Is there a way to do...Performance issue with Oracle native driver for Powerbuilder 9.0.3
Why do we have a very long runtime for a "GET NUMBER OF COLUMNS
SELECTED" in pbtrace.log? Any explanations? The same code for
Powerbuilder 7 works properly, means the "GET NUMBER OF COLUMNS
SELECTED" uses about 0 milliseconds. Thanks.
PREPARE WITH BIND VARIABLES:
(a5d008): SELECT ..................................................
(a5d008): DATETIME Length=0 ID=:1
(a5d008): VCHAR Length=10 ID=:2 *XXXXXXXXXX*
(a5d008): INT Length=0 ID=:3 (0.057 MilliSeconds)
(a5d008): GET AFFECTED ROWS: (0.004 MilliSeconds)
(a5d008): ^ 1 Rows Affected
(a5d008): GET ...Problem connecting to oracle database in powerbuilder 9.0 desktop version
I am not able to connect to oracle database using odbc in
powerbuilder 9.0 desktop version.I am getting error message
which says 'Inavlid or unsupported datasource'
Have you verified that you have the required Oracle ODBC drivers? The latest
set of drivers is available at:
Could you also please post the attributes of the transaction object (except
the password) that you use to try and connect to the oracle db?
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news:41aea458.51d5...Oracle 10g Database connectivity in PowerBuilder 11.5 Desktop Version using ODBC
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I have installed PB 11.5 Desktop version with all the EBF`s.
I created a DSN for the Oracle 10g default ('Orcl') database
through ODBC Administrator. I was successfully able to
to the database through the DSN.
Now I created a Database Profile in PowerBuilder 11.5
version for the DSN created above. When I tried testing the
database connection I got the errors present in attached in
document...PowerBuilder, connecting to MS SQL Server using MSS native driver: A field which is defined as a varchar (450) is truncated to 255 characters in PowerBuilder
PowerBuilder, connecting to MS SQL Server using MSS native
driver: A field which is defined as a varchar (450) is
truncated to 255 characters in PowerBuilder
I am using Power Builder 7.0 with SQL Server 2000
Database. I created a datawindow using a varchar(450)
field. It is allowing me enter and save 450 characters but
when I retrieved the data it is truncating it to 255
chars. I looked in the database all 450 characters are
there. Why it is truncating the data on retrieve? Please
help me out if anybody knows the solution
Thanks in advance
because the native interface (Micr...PowerBuilder 7: upgrading Oracle 8 to Oracle 9
I'm currently using PowerBuilder 7.0.3 connecting to Oracle
8.1.7. If I upgraded to Oracle9i, will the upgrade cause any
problems with my existing applications and continue to
develop applications? I noticed that new features were not
supported by PB7 as stated by Sybase below. I simply can't
utilize new features, right??
Thanks in advance
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Version: PowerBuilder 7.0.3
Connects to: Oracle 9.0.1
Notes: Oracle 9.0.1 new features are not supported with this
...Connecting PowerBuilder 6.5 with an Oracle 7.3 Database in a Novell Netware 3.12 Server
Ladies and Gentlemen:
I didn't know if some of you have these problem, but I solve this one in a
We have two servers in our company, one is a Windows NT Server and other is
our Novell Netware 3.12 Server. Right know, our clients are accesing the
data from the Netware 3.12 to the NT Server, but our clients are using in
line the systems developed in PowerBuilder 4.0
Also we are migrating from PB 4.0 to PB 6.5 (How a jump), but we need the
connection with the 3.12 server to recompile all our functions and so on....
I just update the Netware Client from Windows wi...AS400 native database driver for PowerBuilder?
Does anyone know, if there is a native AS400 database driver available for
Henny Yong wrote:
> Hi there!
> Does anyone know, if there is a native AS400 database driver available for
There is not, you'll have to use ODBC with Client Access, ShowCase,
Rumba or some other 3rd party's driver.
Powersoft Technical Support
...Powerbuilder 9 Native DB Drivers
I have read that the Powerbuilder native database drivers have actually
been UPDATED for the 9.0 release....Is this true? Has anyone heard the
specifics? Will all the SQL 2000 features work now with PB native drives??
The MSS native interface is based on technology that Microsoft stopped
enhancing after MSS6. Microsoft will only introduce new features via the
OLEDB interface which is the current native interface technology for MSS 7
and later. In some cases, these new features are also exposed in the ODBC
driver. Therefore, the ability to add new features via the "native
inte...Powerbuilder and ODBC connection to Progress database
We are trying to connect an application to a Progress database. Our
application is written in PB 5.04.
We have version 8.3E of Progress and would like to establish an ODBC
connection to our application. We are able to connect to Progress but
not in Powerbuilder or through our application. Does anyone have any
DBC SMARTSoftware, Inc
When you cannot connect, what error do you get? Can you connect outside of
PowerBuilder via ODBC using MS Query or some other tool. The newer versions
of ODBC Administrat...