Connect to Access with Powerbuilder via ODBC
I'm unable to connect to my Access 97 database using Powerbuilder 6.5
build 444. The error I'm getting is:
[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manger]Program type out of range.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
...odbc connection via access
Has anyone ever experienced the following. When using MS Access with
read only priv. via an ODBC connection to ASA having duplicate rows of a
table displayed? Upon investigating it's just that, the duplicates are
only being displayed (hundreds of times) the actual db is fine. Any
suggestions. It's version 5.5.04.
If you have written a query with multiple tables you may have left off
the necessary syntax to join the tables in a logical way. If you leave
off the join syntax you'll get a Cartesian join which joins every row
with every other row from each table.
...MS SqlServer-connection via ODBC
When retrieving data with some arguments I get a crash accompanied with
Datasource is a stored procedure implemented in a datawindow.
This appears only in the application, same retrieve from PB databasepainter
When debugging the code, I can see that my variable-arguments are nice and
neat just before
the retrieve-statement. In the sqlpreview-event , where the crash appears,
my arguments are
changed to quotation-marks and this is of course the reason for the crash.
But why are they changed?
In the appl. I changed variable-arguments to cons...MS SqlServer connected via ODBC
Hello out there,
Anyone experienced whit that connection?
If so, I'm interested to get an advice from you.
The problem is that I can't get my dw-retrieval's with args work from appl.
They work fine without args as well as RPC-calls with and without args.
DW-retrieval's from DB-painter work also fine with and without args.
In appl. I tried to change vars to constants with no success.
Here's the message:[Microsoft][ODBC Sql Server Driver]Invalid character
value for cast specifikation.
There's a company decision to change from DB-Library to ODBC due to obsolete
f...How PowerBuilder to connect to Microsoft Excel via ODBC?
I'm a newbie for PowerBuilder. I have some question.
How PowerBuilder to connect to Microsoft Excel via ODBC?
How can I use sql command (select, insert, etc) to Excel sheet?
>I'm a newbie for PowerBuilder. I have some question.
>How PowerBuilder to connect to Microsoft Excel via ODBC?
>How can I use sql command (select, insert, etc) to Excel sheet?
It's been a while, but you need to install the odbc excel driver and
then configure a datasource just like any other odbc datasource.
You might check the faxback documents on the sybase web s...ORACLE procedures, PowerBuilder and connection via ODBC
My problem is:
I have a procedure on ORACLE database:
create procedure (as_name IN VARCHAR2, al_id IN OUT
and I am connecting to ORACLE via ODBC. How can I execute such a
procedure from Powerbuilder. I have tried to do this in all possible manners
described in the documentation (RPCFUN, Declare, PBDBMS), but I have failed.
There is always an error from database. I have succeded to execute this
procedure when I was connecting via Native Driver, but I cannot use Nat...Powerbuilder connection to MS Access using ODBC on XP
My Powerbuilder app currently connects correctly to an MS Access db to import
data using ODBC on an NT platform. We are upgrading to XP and the connection
I get this error message : "DBMS ODBC is not supported in your current
I think that it may need a .dll for XP in order to connect.
Any help would be great. Thanks
---== Posted via the PFCGuide Web Newsreader ==---
It sounds like your ODBC drivers aren't registered with XP.
Try doing the PB runtime installation again and make sure
you setup th...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,
...Powerbuilder connecting to Lotus Notes via the Notes ODBC Provider
I am a Developer on the Lotus NotesSQL team. NotesSQL is a 2.x ODBC driver
for Lotus Notes. Recently, a customer reported a problem between
Powerbuilder connecting to a Notes database via the Notes ODBC drivers
(named NotesSQL, available at http://www.lotus.com/notessql). I had gotten
an eval of Powerbuilder 7.0 (Version 7.0 Build 5031) from your website and
tested the connection and saw the issue.
The issue reported was that making a connection between Powerbuilder and
the NotesSQL driver and putting the Username and Password in their
respective fields in the database...how can powerbuilder get access system talbes via odbc?
I have connected access via odbc , i want to get all the table name ,i
think it perhaps should via access system tables, Is it ok?
I carry out this operation with Adaptive Server Anywhere. I do not know
access, but I think that one can make the same thing.
"david" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a �crit dans le message news:
> Dear all:
> I have connected access via odbc , i want to get all the table name ,i
> think it perhaps should via access system tables, Is it ok?
...PB6.5 Connecting via ODBC to MS Access DB
I tried to connect to Access DB(created using access 2000 XP professional )
via ODBC in PB6.5. It connects successfully without any error messages but
when i try to
select table from the DB.
PB6.5 prompt me the below error:
SQLSTATE = S10003
[Micsoft ODBC Driver Manager] Program Type out of range
My ODBC driver is ver 4.0 and OS is Win 2000 and Win98
How can i solve this problems???
You need to install PB651 and then of the last EBFs. PB6.5 doesn't know
what to do with ODBC4.
Terry Dykstra (TeamSybase)
Please state PB / OS / DB versions in your post....Connection to Access query works in developer envir, but not on the web <OleDbException (0x80004005): ODBC--connection to 'ODBC' failed>
I am VERY frustrated with a seemingly simple problem.
I am creating a gridview in VWD (express or studio), then connecting to a query within an Access Database. The results of the query display without problem in the developer envirornment, but simply will not display when copied out to the website. The ODBC connection that the Access Database is using fails even on the local machine. I have spent fruitless hours looking at all security settings in IIS and the effected folders. I could re-write all the access queries in SQL and connect to the server direct...ODBC 3.0...can't connect anymore via Powerbuilder
I applied the Powerbuilder 5.0.03 maintenance release and
agreed to the install option of upgrading ODBC to 3.0...
Now I can't connect to my SQLAnywhere datasources from
Powerbuilder. I CAN connect to them from SQLCentral.
When I try to connect from the database painter
1) the db engine fires up
2) I log in, and this seems to go fine
3) I get the message: "An error occurred, yet no message was returned by
the database driver."
And then the connection fails.
I thought it was that PB didn't fully upgrade ODBC or something, so I
installed NT Service Pack 3 ...Powerbuilder 8: cant get primary key information from ms-access via ODBC
using Powerbuilder 6.5 it is possible to get the primary key information
of tables create in MS Access via the odbc driver (also the odbc doesnt
support this function). We just changed to Powerbuilder 8 and these
functionality is gone. It is no longer possible to get the primary key
information, I can only see an index called 'primarykey'.
What has changed between 6.5 and 8? Is there any chance to get the
primary key information with Powerbuilder 8 like 6.5 did?