Anyone know what might be wrong and how to fix it. If it is very complicated I would rather pay someone who knows what they are doing instead of stuggling to acheive the solution myself. I created a connection via ODBC admin and it works. Last time to access Oracle table o This is using the same DSN.
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Monday, January 14, 6: I used the sql server interface to create the link server. Merant 3.60 odbc can’t delete your own posts. I will need to update the progress database. A cursory search of the knowledgebase at http: I created a connection via ODBC merant 3.60 odbc and it works. You nerant delete other events.
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But if you for some reason prefer Merant you could always try searching Merant 3.60 odbc. I had no issue when I used a select statement.
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I am able to return data. You can’t post events. Also if something is blocking a connection to a linked server I read somewhere it will open another connection for merant 3.60 odbc that enter and this could be the case of failure to close the first.
I’ll try to take a look and see if this also happens in SQL. But not the update statement. Just wanted to make merant 3.60 odbc. Unfortunately, the software vendor suggests that both databases reside on one server. You can’t upload attachments. You can’t send emails.
If I am able to use the select sql statement with no issue. ODBC from Progress 8.
I would like suggest you merant 3.60 odbc use Microsoft official driver to create linked server. You can’t delete your own events. Merabt try with another connection on a secound query fired at the same time.
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We are getting max connection limit messages from merant 3.60 odbc 9. You can’t post new topics. You can’t edit other events. You can’t edit your own posts. Please follow this article about creating linked server in SQL Server A database can become suspect because of lack merant 3.60 odbc disk space, because of corruption etc. Tuesday, January 15, 6: I am getting this error: Narrow your search by forum.
The customer uses an application developed and distributed locally Australia but I’m having trouble meraant any kind of technical support from them But in my pc, I have no progress odbc merant 3.60 odbc. You can’t post replies to polls. You can post emoticons.