PowerBuilder Oracle Driver for Oracle 8.0.4 and 8.0.5
You may now register for the beta program for the PowerBuilder O84 native
driver at the following URL
Has anyone been using this? Any comments?
On Mon, 14 Dec 1998 11:32:31 -0500,
Dan Skibba <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>You may now register for the beta program for the PowerBuilder O84 native
>driver at the following URL
One of the things you do when you sign up for a beta ...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...PowerBuilder 8.0.1 Database Painter
PB 8 is an improved but when I am in the database painter and using sybase
open cleint to connect to ASE 12.0 and my OS is Win2k. I get an error and PB
8 kicks me out entirely. From the event viewer it reads: The application,
e:\pb801\build\nt\pb80.exe, generated an application error The error
occurred on (SomeDate) @ (SomeTime) The exception generated was c0000005 at
Is there an EBF or is it a resource problem or configuration problem or
Anyone having this problem?
Any suggestion on a possible fix or where to start looking?
...EAServer 5.3.0, Oracle 8.1.7 Database with Oracle 10.1.0.2 client VARCHAR2(4000) problem
I'm having some problems in this configuration on Windows
I am developing websites on an Oracle database (8.1.7), with
EAServer 5.3.0 (build 53016), Java objects using JSP as a
Here is my problem, I have a table with 2 VARCHAR2(4000),
and when I access the webpage, the they are displayed as
'?????????????'. If I debug the PB component, when I affect
the DW field to a variable, it displays it as it doesn't
"understand" a thing (each character is replaced by a
The codeset of EAServer is UTF8, and on my client, it is
AM...Powerbuilder 8 / Oracle 184.108.40.206.0 error
When I run my PB 8 build 9506 application using Oracle
220.127.116.11.0 client, I get the following error. If I use Oracle
8.0.5 client, it works. Please advise as I need to be on
Number 3120 Select error: ORA-03120: two-task conversion
routine: integer overflow
What version of Oracle is the server? Perhaps it's an Oracle bug.
On 10 Sep 2003 06:42:55 -0700, Marsha Jacobs wrote:
>When I run my PB 8 build 9506 application using Oracle
>18.104.22.168.0 client, I get the following error. If I use Oracle
>8.0.5 client, it works. Please advise as I need to be on
>Oracl...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...Move from Oracle 8.1.7 to 22.214.171.124 on PowerBuilder 8
Please see my question below
From: "Bruce Armstrong [TeamSybase]"
Subject: Re: Move from Oracle 8.1.7 to 126.96.36.199 on PowerBuilder 8
Date: woensdag 3 november 2004 15:05
This is a good question for the database section.
On 3 Nov 2004 04:09:22 -0800, "Frederic Hoornaert"
>We are currently using PowerBuilder 8.0.1 build 9056 on Oracle 8.1.7
>A customer of ours wants to move to Oracle 188.8.131.52.
>Th...Move from Oracle 8.1.7 to 184.108.40.206 on PowerBuilder 8
We are currently using PowerBuilder 8.0.1 build 9056 on Oracle 8.1.7
A customer of ours wants to move to Oracle 220.127.116.11.
The document on the link below describes the compatibility between
PowerBuilder and Oracle.
PowerBuilder 8 : Oracle 9.2 -> pbo9080.dll -> Oracle 9.2 new features are
not supported with this driver.
Requires build 10501 or later. Requires Oracle patch set 18.104.22.168 or patch
set 22.214.171.124 with patch 2.
PowerBuilder 9 :
Oracle 9.2 -> pbo9090.dll -> Oracle 9.2 new features are not supported with
this d...SOS: Sync with Oracle 126.96.36.199.0 using 188.8.131.52.0 ODBC Driver
If any customer has successfully replicated bi-directionally from ASA7 to
Oracle 8i (8.1.6) using the Oracle 8.1.6 Oracle ODBC Driver, we would
appreciate any insight you may have concerning the small number of steps
involved in implementing replication. I may be contacted directly at (206)
Senior Data Architect
Food Services of America
Please always specify the version and MORE importantly the BUILD number of
ASA you are using with each post.
If you are having problems with this Oracle driver, some of our customers
hav...Datawindow's Date argument with PowerBuilder 8.0.1 and Oracle 9i 184.108.40.206
Does anybody know how to pass datetime type data from client side to server
side in the datawindow? Can anybody recommend a good book about how
PowerBuilder deals with Oracle, datawindow, embedded SQL? Thanks in advance.
PB DateTime data type corresponds to the Oracle Date type. You can set a
DateTime variable using constants, or use the Date function to make a Date
from mm, dd, yy and DateTime function to convert it.
What are you not finding in the PB help and online books?
"sybase.working" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:eYB...3-Tier Powerbuilder Application problem talking to Oracle 8.0.5 database
We have had a 3-tier (client, server, database) application built that
works well in certain installations but fails in others. The failure
is completely dependent on where the server executable is installed.
The request that causes the error is completely repeatable. If a
request is made for one claim abstract and it's associated content
(just a document built from the database) the app works fine always.
If a range (more than one) is requested I will get a 'The request
caused an abnormal termination...connection closed' error that crashes
the client executable. This ...Oracle Client 8.1.5 and Powerbuilder 7.0.1
My application works fine in Powerbuilder 7.0.1 development with Oracle
Client 8.1.5. However, after building the new executables and pbds,
application fails during runtime when trying to connect to database
using the user-defined transaction object. Is there any new drivers or
dlls that I need to properly run with Oracle Client 8.1.5? If there is,
where can I get it? Also, is there any issue that I should pay
attention to when working with Oracle 8.1.5 (8i) and Powerbuilder 7?
I am currently using the Oracle 8.0.4 driver (pbo8470.dll).
Is net8 configured correctly on the clie...Oracle 8.1.7, Windows 2000, PB 8.0.1 Build 8004, native Oracle driver
When I attempt to use the native Oracle driver in PowerBuilder, my cursors
are not returning any records. When I use the ODBC driver, everything works
perfectly. One particular cursor using ODBC on my system takes 40 seconds
to return the data. Another person running the exact same application using
the native 7.3 Oracle driver also on Windows 2000 runs in less than a
Does the PB 8 native Oracle driver have bug issues or are there settings I
Thanks for any help,
Product Acceptance & Research
misty.scoggins@par-research...upgrade 6.0.1 database to 8.0.1
I am trying to upgrade a 6.0.1 database to 8.0.1. When I connect to it in
Sybase Cantral (8.0.1 version) it prompts to unload and reload the database.
However, I get this error when it tries to unload it: Sql error cannot
access file 'rt.jar' No such file or directory. Could not unload the
database. I have several copies of a file with that name on my pc. What is
Were you using Java in the Database in 6.x?
If so, did you install the Java components when you installed 8.x?
- These are not installed by default with 8.x