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Authentication violation problem

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2008-04-03 13:34:53.0Z
Adam Polech Posted on 2008-04-03 13:08:18.0Z
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hi all,
I have a SQL Anywhere OEM 10.0.1.3629.
I have created examplary database from Sybase Central. All is ok.
After that, I tryied to create simple table with one column.
And a strange error is occured:

The table could not be created in the database.
Authentication violation
[Sybase][ODBC Driver][SQL Anywhere]Authentication violation
SQLCODE: -98
SQLSTATE: 08001
SQL Statement: CREATE TABLE "DBA"."aaa" (
"aaa" char(1) NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY ( "aaa" ASC )
)

Whot is going on?
I am a DBA user and connecting to this database via odbc.
Thank you in advance for all tips.
Best regards,
Adam


Chris Keating (Sybase iAnywhere) Posted on 2008-04-03 13:34:53.0Z
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Please refrain from crossposting. I have already responded to your other
post.

Adam Polech wrote:
> hi all,
> I have a SQL Anywhere OEM 10.0.1.3629.
> I have created examplary database from Sybase Central. All is ok.
> After that, I tryied to create simple table with one column.
> And a strange error is occured:
>
> The table could not be created in the database.
> Authentication violation
> [Sybase][ODBC Driver][SQL Anywhere]Authentication violation
> SQLCODE: -98
> SQLSTATE: 08001
> SQL Statement: CREATE TABLE "DBA"."aaa" (
> "aaa" char(1) NOT NULL,
> PRIMARY KEY ( "aaa" ASC )
> )
>
> Whot is going on?
> I am a DBA user and connecting to this database via odbc.
> Thank you in advance for all tips.
> Best regards, Adam
>
>