On the computer where the data resides (this may be different from the server), open Windows Explorer and browse to C:\PVSW\DBNAMES DIRECTORY (for Peachtree 2009) or C:\Program Files\Pervasive Software\PSQL\DBNamesDirectory (for Peachtree Then deleted the databases from the other server and now I'm able to add new once. Error code: 6. 03-10-2006 15:53:56 NTMKDE 00000660 NTDBSMGR.EXE HORSERVER W Resources allocated Another website may using the same port. 12 23 5d IIS error - Browser or gateway element with ID 'InternetExplorer' cannot be found. 8 18 5d Introduction to SQL Command Tool this contact form
V2000i, V8x, V9x, and V10. Start Pervasive and open Peachtree. No matter what I insert, it doesn't take it. Again, a database is stored in TWO pieces, the DBName and the DSN. http://cs.pervasive.com/forums/p/11581/39522.aspx
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Once these old DSN's are removed, and assuming the DBNAMES.CFG is also empty (i.e. All rights reserved. Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Windows Script Host failed (Access is denied.) error 6 55 11d CA moved to another server - now errors 19 41 7d Error : I will try what you suggested. 0 LVL 18 Overall: Level 18 Databases 15 Message Active 3 days ago Expert Comment by:mirtheil2006-03-13 Comment Utility Permalink(# a16179421) When you logged in,
Not a show stopper, but painful to have to use two steps. Once you have cleaned out your particular company’s directory, start Sage Peachtree and open your Sage Peachtree company. In the Windows tray, the Pervasive Engine is running. https://partners.sagenorthamerica.com/irj/go/km/docs/sageKM/Peachtree%20by%20Sage/Ungated%20Customers/peachtree19062.html If I right-click on databases and select "new database", enter a database name and specify a "test location", it asks me for a username & password.
If there is a dialog box to ALSO delete the DSN, be sure to uncheck it, as you have already deleted it. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Active I thought doing this was like being at the physical machine...??? 0 LVL 18 Overall: Level 18 Databases 15 Message Active 3 days ago Expert Comment by:mirtheil2006-03-13 Comment Utility Permalink(# Error code: 6. 10-05-2005 01:38:18 NTMKDE 00000854 NTDBSMGR.EXE HORSERVER W Resources allocated We have many different customers who have installed with V2000i, 8x, 9x, and 10.Cheers & RegardsHoa 03-19-2009 9:05 AM In reply to Mirtheil Joined on 07-08-2007 Posts 4,733 Re: AddAlias()
Once you have found the Reports folder,right-clickthe folder and click Delete.Then run the Repair utility from the Peachtree disc. (If after running the Repair, the Reports folder is not replaced, you https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21771004/ODBC-permissions-needed.html Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Query performance SQL Server 15 65 125d How to prevent users from updating specific field from table on database level? 16 66 116d SAP You can use the files in the sample company Bellwether Garden Supply (BCS)as a good representation of what DAT files need to be in the individual company folder. Alise Nameï¼š My_AliasName.
Binding Rule=lib:///wbtrlocl.dll, [email protected](#);producer=Pervasive Software, Inc.;platform=W1;type=MIF;level=1;revision=45;site=AUS001;build=114;timestamp=20021122235605Z;desc=MKDEID Requester;6b73 03-20-2006 08:49:54 NTMKDE 000006BC NTDBSMGR.EXE HORSERVER I weblink Connect with top rated Experts 21 Experts available now in Live! Make sure either the Pervasive.SQL server is started, or Pervasive.SQL Workstation Engine is installed." 0 Comment Question by:Rupert Eghardt Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28542271/ODBC-Pervasive-Database-Connection.htmlcopy LVL 28 Active 1 day ago Best The first part is a "Named Database", which is an entry in the database file DBNAMES.CFG.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. At any workstation, start Pervasive and open Peachtree. It is available for download at http://ww1.pervasive.com/developerzone/access_methods/pdac.asp. 03-18-2009 1:02 PM In reply to Mirtheil Joined on 07-08-2007 Posts 4,733 Re: AddAlias() failed because of DBNames.cfg not found Reply Contact However, after http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/word-unable-to-open-hyperlink-cannot-open-the-specified-file.html Does this user have rights to the DBNAMES.CFG in the "WIndows" directory? 0 LVL 33 Overall: Level 33 Databases 8 Message Expert Comment by:CarlWarner2006-03-13 Comment Utility Permalink(# a16176080) If this
This will allow them to remotely administer their P.SQL 2000i server. This will allow them to remotely administer their P.SQL 2000i server. Are there multiple copies of those two files?
How do I correct this?Special Considerations or WarningsNone.Solution or WorkaroundThere areseveral possible causes for this error. However, if you are accessing database files on a remote server, then the Client is the correct piece to have installed. Reason is that I want to create the DNS dynamically for deffernt version, eg. Before you can open your company, you must first create a new company.
I dont know really where to look to change the data buffer ...can u explain please. You won't be able to update the file but you should be able to read it. I was installing through a TS session but once in I also looped back through the console local on the server. his comment is here Data Access Corporation disclaims all warranties, either express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Data source name = "Test" Description = "Pervasive ODBC Client Interface" Server Name = "Local host" Transport Hint = "Try TCP/IP first .." Data Options = Database Name Upon clicking "Create" Equations, Back Color, Alternate Back Color. You will NOT see this in the PCC, but will ONLY see it if you run the 32-bit ODBC Administrator (from Tools menu). Open Windows Explorer and browse to C:\PVSW\DBNAMES DIRECTORY (for Peachtree 2009) or C:\Program Files\Pervasive Software\PSQL\DBNamesDirectory (for Peachtree 2010 and later on a 32-bit Operating System) or C:\Program Files (x86)\Pervasive Software\PSQL\DBNamesDirectory (for
Go to File, Open Company. In the worst case, you can always remove everything by uninstalling the WGE, then deleting the DBNAMES.CFG file (left over in the C:\ProgramData\Pervasive Software directory), and then reinstall the Workgroup Engine. Essentially, databases are comprised of one or two pieces (depending on the version). version?I believe it does still work but is not called or used like it was in previous versions.
The firewall may be located on the server, the workstation, or both. The first part is a "Named Database", which is an entry in the database file DBNAMES.CFG.