Reserved Error 7748 Access 2003
All new questions should be directed to the appropriate forum at the SAP Community Network (SCN). No, create an account now. In both > cases I get "Incorrect syntax near =". Something >> > does >> >> > not >> >> > seem to make sense. >> >> > >> >> > You can also export your DSN from the ODBC.INI and http://peakappcare.com/reserved-error/reserved-error-7748-access.php
I'm not using the connection string anywhere yet as far as I know...I don't know how (or where) to use it in conjunction with the ODBC connection. But after selecting a table and hitting [OK], the error is raised. > > Can someone please enlighten me? > > TIA, > Axel Dahmen > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > Name: SybaseODBC.bmp Error in > parameter 1." This >> > problem > >> >> >> > no longer occurs. > >> >> >> > You need to set WorkArounds2=32768. > >> >> >> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE + Software + ODBC +ODBC.ini Select the Data Source that you are using.
Reserved Error 7711 Access 2010
An example if you want > > ANSINULL behavior OFF you would enter "SET ASNINULL OFF" > on this property. > > > The error you receive: "Incorrect syntax near =" Yrke"
Perhaps it must not be a string value? I've searched around, and it seems that others had success adjusting the rededit as an example in the link: https://groups.google.com/group/sybase.public.connectivity.odbc/browse_frm/thread/2f21ea61b400b03a/d1493e17fd30fb77?hl=en For some reason though when I go into my computer's regedit, Thank you! Reserved Error Access Locate the ODBC DSN in the Registry:For a USER Data Source, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> ODBC -> ODBC.INI -> YourDataSourceNameFor a SYSTEM Data Source, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> Software
You need to set WorkArounds2 for each defined ODBC source - it is not enough to put it in Drivers section. Reserved Error Ms Access Forums Archive > ASE > Connectivity - ODBC > "Reserved Error -7748: No Message Exists for this Error" Reserved Error -7748: No Message Exists for this Error 19 posts in Connectivity In other words, I still have not done anything with the temp.udl file you suggested I create for the connection string and have ended up with the same issue/error msg. 0 http://nntp-archive.sybase.com/nntp-archive/action/article/113318 Well, I did this, but it ends up being the same connection I started with in the first place.
This was not a Bug in the ODBC >> > Driver. >> >> >> > >> >> >> > Version 4.10.0020 (12.5.0/P-EBF10572/04.10.0020) >> >> >> > ------------------------------------------------ >> >> >> > Reserved Error 1524 Access 2010 Set the name of the new string value to be WorkArounds2 5. Error in column 10. (0)Problem occurs when using the 5.1 DataDirect driver shipped with 10.1A.Problem occurs when using the 5.1 DataDirect driver shipped with 10.1B.Problem occurs when using the 5.1 DataDirect You saved me with this post.
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If you >> > check the properties on the >> SYODASE.DLL in the %SYBASE%\ODBC directory, >> > look >> >> > under Version tab, at File Version and Product >> Version. By changing to > WorkArounds2=8192 it works. > > Thankyou! > > "Paul"
Great for personal to-do lists, project milestones, team priorities and launch plans. - Combine task lists, docs, spreadsheets, and chat in one - View and edit from mobile/offline - Cut down this page HKLM/SW/ODBC/ODBC.ini contains list of ODBC Sources, that you have defined (using ODBC Manager). Yrke"
Connect with top rated Experts 24 Experts available now in Live! Error in parameter 1." This problem no longer occurs. Reserve Words in Access 2003 8. get redirected here I find no place in the DSN > editor to place it. > > "odbcpse"
I need to use the registry approach but unfortunately I do not understand how to do it. Reserved Error (-20324) I am having the same issue. Yrke"
Thanks a lot. > Arghh...
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Double-click the Temp.udl file 4. Reserved Error #16389, Access 2003 SP3 2. Yrke"
Go to Solution 22 Comments LVL 29 Overall: Level 29 MS Access 9 Databases 3 Message Expert Comment by:Badotz2010-11-19 This has helped me with connection strings in the past: 1. For a SYSTEM Data Source, select the following registry key: \\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\ODBC\ODBC.INI\(YOUR_DSN_NAME). Join & Write a Comment Already a member?