OpenLink ODBC drivers

We had no success in using the Merant ODBC drivers with Crystal
Enterprise, and switched to the OpenLink Multi-Tier ODBC driver, and
have had nothing but success. The key is that you can tell it not to
prompt you for a logon/password. It also requires a registry edit
for use with Vantage 4.0, just like Merant, but with driver name
olod4032. You may email me directly if you still need assistance.


--- In vantage@y..., "Jim Stetter" <jimstetter@s...> wrote:
> I am attempting to install and configure the OpenLink ODBC drivers
(as
> suggested by Ted Kitch several days ago) without success. I have
opened a
> case with OpenLink's support but have not gotten a satisfactory
solution.
> If anyone has successfully installed the OpenLink drivers I would
really
> like to hear from you.
>
> The following is the error I encountered when configuring the
driver:
>
> conection failed
> SqlState="S1000",NativeError=0,ErrorMsg="[OpenLink][ODBC][Progress
> Server]This client is not licensed for remote connections (4406)"
> SqlState="08004",NativeError=0,ErrorMsg="[OpenLink][ODBC]Connection
rejected
> by data source"
>
> This is the response from OpenLink's support:
>
> This error indicates that you are trying to establish a sockets
connection
> to a database which does not allow it. You will need to obtain an
> appropriate license from Progress Software.
>
> Maybe I am totally off base, but aren't our client connections to
Progress
> sockets connections. If not, why do you supply socket connection
parameters
> in the vantage.pf? It's the end of a loonnngg week and and
frustrated. Any
> help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks to all
>
> Jim Stetter
> Snow Filtration
>
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Please excuse my ignorance on this subject. I have been thrown into a
project that I do not know anything about. I am hoping someone out
there can give me some help.

I am installing Linux Red Hat 7.1 to be used for our DSL Line. I
believe I need to install the kernal for ip masquerading. I can not
find any documentation for this anywhere. I can find it on every
version before 7.1. Does anyone have any idea where I can find it or
have an idea where to begin?

Thanks,

--
Dina M. Hieber
Vamco International, Inc.
555 Epsilon Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
(412) 963-7100
(412) 963-9511

www.vamcointernational.com
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-----Original Message-----
From: Dina Hieber [mailto:dhieber@...]
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 9:20 AM
To: vantage@onelist.com
Subject: [Vantage] [Off Topic] Linux 7.1

Please excuse my ignorance on this subject. I have been thrown into a
project that I do not know anything about. I am hoping someone out
there can give me some help.

I am installing Linux Red Hat 7.1 to be used for our DSL Line. I
believe I need to install the kernal for ip masquerading. I can not
find any documentation for this anywhere. I can find it on every
version before 7.1. Does anyone have any idea where I can find it or
have an idea where to begin?

Thanks,

--
Dina M. Hieber
Vamco International, Inc.
555 Epsilon Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
(412) 963-7100
(412) 963-9511

www.vamcointernational.com



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I am attempting to install and configure the OpenLink ODBC drivers (as
suggested by Ted Kitch several days ago) without success. I have opened a
case with OpenLink's support but have not gotten a satisfactory solution.
If anyone has successfully installed the OpenLink drivers I would really
like to hear from you.

The following is the error I encountered when configuring the driver:

conection failed
SqlState="S1000",NativeError=0,ErrorMsg="[OpenLink][ODBC][Progress
Server]This client is not licensed for remote connections (4406)"
SqlState="08004",NativeError=0,ErrorMsg="[OpenLink][ODBC]Connection rejected
by data source"

This is the response from OpenLink's support:

This error indicates that you are trying to establish a sockets connection
to a database which does not allow it. You will need to obtain an
appropriate license from Progress Software.

Maybe I am totally off base, but aren't our client connections to Progress
sockets connections. If not, why do you supply socket connection parameters
in the vantage.pf? It's the end of a loonnngg week and and frustrated. Any
help would be appreciated.

Thanks to all

Jim Stetter
Snow Filtration



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