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Mike Rock
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Real Name:  Mike Rock
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Joined: Aug 2002 (19 years ago)
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16-bit ODBC to sql server
I am trying to access Sql Server 6.5 and 7.0 using 16-bit ODBC (vb 3.0). The program uses two methods to execute stored procedures..., DB_SQLPASSTHROUGH - gets "invalid argument", SQLPREPARE --> SQLEXECUTE get "Stored Procedure" "not found", , I have tried using "dbmssoc3" and even "dbnmp3" as network libraries, but that did not help., , I expect that I have something wrong with my ODBC setup., , Any ideas? I have searched the web, but cannot find much help. Maybe an install of the latest version of 16-bit ODBC might help, but I cannot find it. I did install Access 2.0 attempting to get a more current 16-bit ODBC., , Help!
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16-bit ODBC to sql server problem
I am trying to access Sql Server 6.5 and 7.0 using 16-bit ODBC (vb 3.0). The program uses two methods to execute stored procedures..., DB_SQLPASSTHROUGH - gets "invalid argument", SQLPREPARE --> SQLEXECUTE get "Stored Procedure" "not found", , I have tried using "dbmssoc3" and even "dbnmp3" as network libraries, but that did not help., , I expect that I have something wrong with my ODBC setup., , Any ideas? I have searched the web, but cannot find much help. Maybe an install of the latest version of 16-bit ODBC might help, but I cannot find it. I did install Access 2.0 attempting to get a more current 16-bit ODBC., , Help!
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