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Error: Catalog tables could not be created....

3 posts in PB Infomaker Report Writer Last posting was on 1998-02-18 18:04:30.0Z
Sandra Newsom Posted on 1998-02-14 22:22:03.0Z
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-and are not available for use.

Hi, has anyone had the above error in Infomaker?
I am running Infomaker 5.0 connecting to Sybase SQL Server and I get the above
error when trying to connect to a certain database there. I can connect fine to
the sample pubs2
database. I can connect successfully to both pubs2 and the problem database in
Microsoft ACCESS.

Thanks for any help.
Sandra Newsom


Terry Dykstra [TeamPS] Posted on 1998-02-18 18:04:30.0Z
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Your error message looks a bit incomplete. But I think it is referring to
the fact that IM cannot access the PBCATxxx tables. Talk to your dba to
ensure you have access to these. If they don't exist, login with an
account that has dba privileges. IM will then create these tables. These
tables are not absolutely required for IM / PB, but they are used to store
edit styles, formats etc.
--
Terry Dykstra [TeamPS]
Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.

Sandra Newsom <sanewsom@fedex.com> wrote in article
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> Hi, has anyone had the above error in Infomaker?
> I am running Infomaker 5.0 connecting to Sybase SQL Server and I get the
above
> error when trying to connect to a certain database there. I can connect
fine to
> the sample pubs2
> database. I can connect successfully to both pubs2 and the problem
database in
> Microsoft ACCESS.
>
> Thanks for any help.
> Sandra Newsom
>


Rick Marden Posted on 1998-02-17 21:07:39.0Z
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I have seen this several times and deleting the Database Profile and
readding it has taken care of the problem.

Sandra Newsom wrote in message <59ZF6bZO9GA.205@forums.powersoft.com>...
>-and are not available for use.
>
>Hi, has anyone had the above error in Infomaker?
>I am running Infomaker 5.0 connecting to Sybase SQL Server and I get the
above
>error when trying to connect to a certain database there. I can connect
fine to
>the sample pubs2
>database. I can connect successfully to both pubs2 and the problem
database in
>Microsoft ACCESS.
>
>Thanks for any help.
>Sandra Newsom