This was not a Bug in the ODBC Driver. > > Version 4.10.0020 (12.5.0/P-EBF10572/04.10.0020) > ------------------------------------------------ > CR 288132 - With MS Access 2000 users this error sometimes appeared when > thank you! 0 Question by:iamnamja Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 14 Best Solution byJan_Franek HKLM/SW/ODBC/ODBCINST.ini contains list of ODBC drivers. I got the same error. In both > >> >> cases I get "Incorrect syntax near =". http://supercgis.com/reserved-error/reserved-error-7748-sybase-odbc.html
Thus, the driver returns a warning, "01004 Data truncated", and returns a null character to Microsoft Access. Balex, Jul 7, 2006, in forum: Access External Data Replies: 1 Views: 122 Mary Chipman [MSFT] Jul 10, 2006 Loading... To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Ryan, Oct 12, 2005 #1 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
All rights reserved. Related 8 Comments (+add yours?) Esteban Uri Oct 11, 2011 @ 10:15:05 Great, It works! I have a new twist on this error and wondering if anyone has found a solution that works. Thanks a lot. > Arghh...
In > both >> >> cases I get "Incorrect syntax near =". Reserved Error -7711 There Is No Message For This Error 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 value. Yrke"
Select "NEW" >> "String Value" Name this Value as follows "WorkArounds2" Double-click "WorkArounds2" and enter the value of "40960" in value data field, then say OK. Reserved Error Ms Access Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? I see that there there is a place udner the advanced tab where we can add an "Initilization String" but when I put the WA2=8192 there I get an error when Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Access > Microsoft Access External Data > Reserved Error (-7748), Sybase Table Links Discussion in 'Microsoft Access External Data' started
I >> > find no place in the >> >> >> >> DSN >> >> >> >> editor to place it. >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> "odbcpse"
The time now is 19:17. news Workaround for Microsoft Access 2000 when it calls SQLStatisticsW and SQLGetData for column number 10. There is an ODBC connection that looks OK. There > are no problems with EXISTING linked tables. Reserved Error (-7778)
Thanks! If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. If I have another user link the Sybase Tables on their PC, then I can access the tables with Access, I can also access previously linked Sybase tables without issue. have a peek at these guys The only problem is when trying to add new links.
In both > cases I get "Incorrect syntax near =". Reserved Error 1524 Access 2010 Save the file. You can find a description of this error and solution on Sybase's web site using Key Words: ODBC errors 7748 Good luck.
I need to use the registry approach but >> >> unfortunately I do not understand how to do it. I also find > > if I enter the property incorrectly the driver does not seem to care about > > it, it ignores it, so I need to know what Axel Dahmen Posted on 2002-11-29 14:49:23.0Z From: "Axel Dahmen"
First, the section you > refer >> to I do not find is not under HKLM but HKCU. If you >> > check the properties on the SYODASE.DLL in the %SYBASE%\ODBC directory, >> > look >> > under Version tab, at File Version and Product Version. I find no place in the >> >> DSN >> >> editor to place it. >> >> >> >> "odbcpse"
Perhaps it must not be a string >> >> value? Thanks!!! 0 Featured Post Live: Real-Time Solutions, Start Here Promoted by Experts Exchange Receive instant 1:1 support from technology experts, using our real-time conversation and whiteboard interface. Thus, the driver returns a warning, "01004 Data truncated", and returns a null character to Microsoft Access. Thanks a lot! -------------------------------- "odbcpse"