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Data Pipeline

2 posts in PB Infomaker Report Writer Last posting was on 1999-06-15 21:39:33.0Z
Arthi Jayasundar Posted on 1999-06-15 20:24:23.0Z
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Date: Tue, 15 Jun 1999 16:24:23 -0400
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Hi :
I am creating a data pipeline between a Sybase SQL Server and a SQL
Anywhere database. The pipeline works within the Infomaker. Now I create
an executable.
I try to run the executable. It says source and destination database
profiles not found.
So I went and manually added the profiles. My source is the Sybase SQL
server. When it tries to connect to that, it gives an Pipeline source
connect error saying, "Incorrect syntax near use."
Can someone help me with this?
For Sybase SQL Server, there is no need to create a ODBC Setup right ?
So there won't be any UserID but only LoginID right?

Thanks,
Arthi.



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Terry Dykstra Posted on 1999-06-15 21:39:33.0Z
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It's a known bug (CR# is 170908). It's a bug in imstyle6.pbl. Try
downloading the one in
ftp://ftp.powersoft.com/pub/private/pbpatch/im6.0_fixes/imstyle6.zip

If that one doesn't fix it, send me your imstyle6.pbl and I'll fix it.

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Arthi Jayasundar wrote in message <3766B677.D638271E@computac.com>...
>Hi :
>I am creating a data pipeline between a Sybase SQL Server and a SQL
>Anywhere database. The pipeline works within the Infomaker. Now I create
>an executable.
>I try to run the executable. It says source and destination database
>profiles not found.
>So I went and manually added the profiles. My source is the Sybase SQL
>server. When it tries to connect to that, it gives an Pipeline source
>connect error saying, "Incorrect syntax near use."
>Can someone help me with this?
>For Sybase SQL Server, there is no need to create a ODBC Setup right ?
>So there won't be any UserID but only LoginID right?
>
>Thanks,
>Arthi.
>
>
>
>--
>_______________________________________________________________
>Arthi Jayasundar Tel: (603) 298 5721
>Database Adminstrator Fax: (603) 298 6189
>Computac Incorporated Email: arthi@computac.com
>162 Main Street http://www.computac.com
>W.Lebanon, NH 03784
>________________________________________________________________
>
>