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PowerDynamo 3 has me lost again.

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-24 03:19:51.0Z
Bondi Blue Posted on 2000-02-23 20:05:56.0Z
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From: "Bondi Blue" <jwilliam@calpaksystems.com>
Subject: PowerDynamo 3 has me lost again.
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 12:05:56 -0800
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Here's the status, intelligent members:

I have an NT box running PowerDynamo 3, ASA 6.02, and IIS 4. I am trying to
get PowerDynamo to run an .STM file that resides in a directory called
entrypoint.

When I type in the browser, http://cal-pak01/entrypoint, (cal-pak01 is the
server) the IIS 4 picks it up, and properly sends me to PowerDynamo (I
think). What I get back is:

Unable to connect to database with profile SecurityDB

I cannot, for the life of me, figure out which part is complaining about
this. Currently, I have removed anything regarding this project off of the
server. I have stripped out the database, the connection profiles, the ODBC
System DSN, the PowerDynamo mappings, EVERYTHING. However, it still comes
back with that same stupid message! What can I do to test this horrible
problem, and track down what it's complaining about?

BTW, just for some background info, I originally installed PowerDynamo on
top of IIS 2, until I found out that wouldn't work. Therefore, I then
installed IIS4, and tried to make it work, no go. Lastly, I reinstalled
PowerDynamo on top of IIS4, hoping that would alleviate this issue. Didn't
change a thing.

Also, I have tried using PowerDyamo Personal Web Server, and have no
problems.

If you can help me, by all means, it would be most gracious. I am really
stuck.

-Jared Williams


Larry Cermak[Team Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-24 03:19:51.0Z
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From: "Larry Cermak[Team Sybase]" <lcermak@ctpartners.com>
Subject: Re: PowerDynamo 3 has me lost again.
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 21:19:51 -0600
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I believe it is trying to connect to a PowerDynamo ODBC site.

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"Bondi Blue" <jwilliam@calpaksystems.com> wrote in message
news:CLT5Mmjf$GA.202@forums.sybase.com...
> Here's the status, intelligent members:
>
> I have an NT box running PowerDynamo 3, ASA 6.02, and IIS 4. I am trying
to
> get PowerDynamo to run an .STM file that resides in a directory called
> entrypoint.
>
> When I type in the browser, http://cal-pak01/entrypoint, (cal-pak01 is the
> server) the IIS 4 picks it up, and properly sends me to PowerDynamo (I
> think). What I get back is:
>
> Unable to connect to database with profile SecurityDB
>
> I cannot, for the life of me, figure out which part is complaining about
> this. Currently, I have removed anything regarding this project off of
the
> server. I have stripped out the database, the connection profiles, the
ODBC
> System DSN, the PowerDynamo mappings, EVERYTHING. However, it still comes
> back with that same stupid message! What can I do to test this horrible
> problem, and track down what it's complaining about?
>
> BTW, just for some background info, I originally installed PowerDynamo on
> top of IIS 2, until I found out that wouldn't work. Therefore, I then
> installed IIS4, and tried to make it work, no go. Lastly, I reinstalled
> PowerDynamo on top of IIS4, hoping that would alleviate this issue.
Didn't
> change a thing.
>
> Also, I have tried using PowerDyamo Personal Web Server, and have no
> problems.
>
> If you can help me, by all means, it would be most gracious. I am really
> stuck.
>
> -Jared Williams
>
>