If you >> > check the properties on the SYODASE.DLL in the %SYBASE%\ODBC directory, >> > look >> > under Version tab, at File Version and Product Version. Thankyou! "Paul"
share|improve this answer answered Jun 16 '09 at 16:05 Tom Bascom 6,17921222 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Most "weird" errors involving SQL and Progress are a result of Your feedback is appreciated. The error is "error(-7748) the is no message for this error" ms-access openedge share|improve this question edited Feb 23 '10 at 13:32 skaffman 278k63619658 asked Mar 4 '09 at 13:52 Brenda Or what do I do wrong >> here? >> >> >> >> >> "Paul"
Something does > > not > > seem to make sense. > > > > You can also export your DSN from the ODBC.INI and post here for me to tak Double click on "WorkArounds2" in the right hand panel and bring up a box with data value 7. HKLM/SW/ODBC/ODBC.ini contains list of ODBC Sources, that you have defined (using ODBC Manager).
Microsoft Access only asks for the data as a two-byte SQL_C_WCHAR, which is insufficient buffer to store the UCS2 character and the null terminator. The best answer is to get to ASE 15 client drivers but I know that is a lot of work... But instead of getting the table linked into Access I get the error message: "Reserved Error -7748: No Message Exists for this Error". Reserved Error Access Double click on "WorkArounds2" in the right hand panel > and bring up a box with data value > 6.
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Or what do I do wrong > here? >> >> > >> >> "Paul"
By changing to WorkArounds2=8192 it works. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/27521371/Reserved-Error-7748-when-trying-to-link-Sybase-database-to-Access.html Steele Feb 3, 2007 Loading... Reserved Error 7711 Access 2010 In > both >> >> cases I get "Incorrect syntax near =". Reserved Error (|); There Is No Message For This Error Yrke"
Microsoft Access then passes error -7748. http://supercgis.com/reserved-error/reserved-error-1104-microsoft-access.html Or what do I do wrong here? "Paul"
Individual products have links to the respective forums on SCN, or you can go to SCN and search for your product in the search box (upper right corner) to find your An example if you want > > ANSINULL behavior OFF you would enter "SET ASNINULL OFF" > on this property. > > > The error you receive: "Incorrect syntax near =" Or what do I do wrong here? >> >> >> >> "Paul"
HTH Cory Case Description Customer is using SDK 12.5 ODBC. Reserved Error (-20324) There > are no problems with EXISTING linked tables. You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others.
You will see this source in HKLM/SW/ODBC/ODBC.ini. Did I misunderstand >> >> anything? >> >> Second, under the ODBC.INI section on my DSN I have tried entering >> >> WorkArounds2 and WA2, both as strings containing the given In both cases I get "Incorrect syntax near =". Reserved Error (-7768) In both >> cases I get "Incorrect syntax near =".
Perhaps it must not be a string > value? All new questions should be directed to the appropriate forum at the SAP Community Network (SCN). Thanks!!! 0 Featured Post Find Ransomware Secrets With All-Source Analysis Promoted by Recorded Future Ransomware has become a major concern for organizations; its prevalence has grown due to past successes achieved check my blog Here is the solution if you cannot.
Here is Microsoft's analysis of the problem: "Issue: ====== When DataDirect drivers make calls to SQL StatisticsW or SQL GetData, Jet should allocate 4-bytes back to the driver, but is only