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Sorry for double post, but since subject expanded (i.e. DSN-less) Ithought a cross post with more relevant subject appropriate.--Regards,Greg Strong Jul 10 '06 #7 P: n/a Greg Strong On Mon, 10 Jul 2006 14:09:02 +1000, "david epsom dot com dot Symptom Attempting to connect from Microsoft Access to a IBM Optim Connect ODBC file DSN results in getting the following error: Cause This is a known issue with Microsoft Access when If the data source is to be used with MS Query 8.0 (and therefore Word 97 and Excel 97), a File Data Source must be created. The easiest way to have both this content

I am sure I have some higher hurdles down the road. :) For the benefit I will include my tnsnames.ora file below: =====================>Begin File>===================================> XE = (DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL Sunday, December 02, 2012 12:55 PM (permalink) 0 I am getting error while refreshing the link (tdftable.RefreshLink ).Exact error is "Reserved error -7778 ,there is no message for this error" Earlier Well I've tried a DSN-less connection. With odbc to sql server, the connections remain open until you shut down the application. http://www.basis.com/kb00509

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I thought using an Access MDB file as the front end would add some flexibility for temporary tables to build combo boxes as well as learning Oracle and interface issues with Hello All, The short questions are 1 Do you know how to make DSN connection close in Access to Oracle 10g Express Edition? &/or 2 Do you know how to make Conclusion: There is an issue in the workflow of handling session authentication between Access and the db driver, such that Access believes the connection has not been properly authenticated.

It will have a "Look in:" dropdown box that contains the directory where the File DSNs are stored. after i save the DSN, and enter its username, password, data path, schema path & logon path in the pop-up window, it gives me this error message: Reserved error (-7778) There Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Reserved Error (-7711) Access 2010 Thanks, Ketaki Ketaki, Oct 20, 2003 #1 Advertisements Joan Wild Guest I believe this happens if you use a file DSN instead of a system DSN.

DSN-less) I thought a cross post with more relevant subject appropriate. -- Regards, Greg Strong Jul 9 '06 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 8 Replies P: n/a MGFoster -----BEGIN PGP Reserved Error There Is No Message For This Error DoCmd.TransferDatabase acImport, _ "ODBC Database", _ "ODBC;Driver=IBM DB2 ODBC DRIVER;" & _ "Hostname=A70DB2P;DBALIAS=A70DB2P;" & _ "LONGDATACOMPAT=1;LOBMAXCOLUMNSIZE=1048575;" & _ "PATCH1=131072;UNDERSCORE=0;USEOLDSTPCALL=0;" & _ "UID=db2user;PWD=12345678;", acTable, _ "ESDWI.T_SYSTEM_ID", "TESTimport" Edited by Dummy yoyoModerator Monday, So either I find the solution to closing a DSN connectin with Access, or I find a way to make DSN-less pass-through query work with Access. http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21511953 On Sun, 09 Jul 2006 21:40:55 GMT, MGFoster >You need to close the QueryDef before running the OpenQuery command andyou don't need the QueryDefs' ReturnsRecords property set.Set qd = dbCur.QueryDefs("qrySumInvcTest")qd.Connect

So either I find the solution to closing a DSN connectin with Access, or I find a way to make DSN-less pass-through query work with Access. Reserved Error (-1524) This is not good if different users usethe same workstation and have different rights.Well I've tried a DSN-less connection. My work has just started transitioning over to Oracle from Microsoft SQL. bomeView Member Profile Jun 21 2007, 08:43 AM Post#3UtterAccess VIPPosts: 1,644Joined: 24-May 02From: SwedenTried it and it only tells that it's a VBA error and same error number and description as

Reserved Error There Is No Message For This Error

As MS Word and Excel both use MS Query for ODBC Access, they will require that the Data Source be defined as a File DSN. Note that it is ok to have So I'm running out of straws to grasp. Reserved Error -3002 Access There are inherent dangers in the use of any software found on the Internet, and Microsoft cautions you to make sure that you completely understand the risk before retrieving any software Reserved Error (-7748) Once pre-authenticated, additional linked tabledefs may be created which are DSN-less (file DSNs continue to fail at authentication).

Friday, July 13, 2012 3:43 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Hi Smith, Welcome to the MSDN forum! http://supercgis.com/reserved-error/reserved-error-7778.html Web Scale Globally scale websites with innovative content management and infrastructure approaches Modernization UX and app modernization to powerfully navigate todays digital landscape Omni-Channel Engagement Content-focused web and mobile solution for Submit feedback to IBM Support 1-800-IBM-7378 (USA) Directory of worldwide contacts Contact Privacy Terms of use Accessibility Brazil France Germany Netherlands United States Progress Support Rollbase DataDirect Cloud PartnerLink Telerik Your So far no luck. Reserved Error Ms Access

Obviously I've modified the actual UID & Password. >In your previous post, you listed a connection string "ODBC;Driver={Oracle
in XE};Dbq=XE;UID=MyUID;PWD=MyPswd;" Same thing as above except not actual values for MyUID& MyPswd. Sorry for double post, but since subject expanded (i.e. To close the connection...you have to shutdown ms-access....which often I don't want to do.... have a peek at these guys The only way to close the connection is to close Access.

Here's how to do this: 1) Find out where the File DSNs are kept. Reserved Error 1524 Access 2010 Microsoft is providing this information as a convenience to you. See Trademarks or appropriate markings.

The only way to close connection is to close Access.

The only difference between the 2 types ofconnection is the connection string used. So even though I might eventually solve the DSN-less connection, I will still have the open connection problem that exists with the DSN. This test is actually part of solution on building a sample DB that I had working in SQL Server using an Access ADP file for the front end. Reserved Error (-1104) Once Application opens the connection, it stays open until you close Application (or it times out or ...).

It's quick & easy. End Sub I didn't have to pass the ServerName & Database name because they are included in "strOConn". form, it does NOT close the connection. http://supercgis.com/reserved-error/reserved-error-1104-microsoft-access.html Now I modified it to call the "Sub SetConStr()" in the original post.

The just of it is your "FixConnections" sub works and my test sub on a pass-through query does NOT for what ever reason. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I'm experimenting using Access 2k2 as front-end to Oracle 10g Express Edition. This is not good if different users use the same workstation and have different rights.

In fact, MSQuery 8 (Shipped with Office 97) requires that the data source be under File DSN; otherwise it does not list it. It reads as follows:,----- [ Error on pass-through query run from Access or code ]| Reserved error(-7778); there is no message for this error`-----The error occurs on the following line:,----- [ Call SetConStr tdfCurrent.Connect = strOConn .... Privacy statement Community Resources O365 Technical Network MSDN Forums UserVoice Stack Overflow Follow Us Twitter Facebook Office Dev Blog © 2016 Microsoft United States - English Terms of Use Trademarks Privacy

The problem is that once Access creates the connection using a password and UserID from a form, it does NOT close the connection. The only difference between the 2 types of connection is the connection string used. Carl Prothman doesn't list thatparticular driver anywhere athttp://www.carlprothman.net/Technolo...0/Default.aspx The actual file is "SQORA32.dll" dated 2/9/2006 for the driver with the "Oracle in XE" name. Contact us.

The modifications are as follows: Sub FixConnections() .... That's never going to work. The time now is 03:20 PM. Microsoft Access Help General Tables Queries Forms Reports Macros Modules & VBA Theory & Practice Access FAQs Code Repository Sample Databases Video Tutorials Sponsored More About Us...

To close the connection...you have to shutdown ms-access....which often I don't want to do.... I've tried a DSN connection, and it works. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Hello and welcome to PC Review.

Once Application opens the connection, it stays open until you close Application (or it times out or ...). As far as I know, this behaviors does not change if you use dsn-less, or not.. The only way to close the connection is to close Access.