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Access 2003 vs 15.0.3#3

4 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2010-08-02 14:59:02.0Z
George Brink Posted on 2010-07-23 14:58:58.0Z
From: George Brink <siberianowl@yahoo.com>
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I have a client written entirely on Access 2003. It is organized as
bunch of access'es linked tables pointing to tables and views on a big
server. This client made when we used ASE 12.5 and later it worked well
with ASE 15.0.2.
But recently, we upgraded our big server to ASE 15.0.3 ESD#3 and Access
client started to request password for each and every attempt to read
data from the server. It looks like it is loosing connection between
each individual row...
Does anyone see this odd behavior, has any idea where to look for the
source of the problem, or know the solution?


Paul Vero [Sybase] Posted on 2010-07-28 21:21:00.0Z
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Hi George,

What ODBC Driver are you using? It might be you upgraded the ODBC Driver
from PC Client - I recall some old problem with MS Access where driver
caused the prompt to re-appear in an annoying fashion. Let me know the
version - you may need to upgrade.

Thank you,

-Paul

"George Brink" <siberianowl@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I have a client written entirely on Access 2003. It is organized as bunch
>of access'es linked tables pointing to tables and views on a big server.
>This client made when we used ASE 12.5 and later it worked well with ASE
>15.0.2.
> But recently, we upgraded our big server to ASE 15.0.3 ESD#3 and Access
> client started to request password for each and every attempt to read data
> from the server. It looks like it is loosing connection between each
> individual row...
> Does anyone see this odd behavior, has any idea where to look for the
> source of the problem, or know the solution?


George Brink Posted on 2010-07-29 18:50:21.0Z
From: George Brink <siberianowl@yahoo.com>
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My clients have drivers of all versions from 15.0.2 ESD#1 and up to
15.0.3 ESD#3 (ebf17158 on my workstation). Everyone experiencing the
same problem.

On 7/28/2010 5:21 PM, Paul Vero [Sybase] wrote:
> Hi George,
>
> What ODBC Driver are you using? It might be you upgraded the ODBC Driver
> from PC Client - I recall some old problem with MS Access where driver
> caused the prompt to re-appear in an annoying fashion. Let me know the
> version - you may need to upgrade.
>
> Thank you,
>
> -Paul
>
> "George Brink"<siberianowl@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:4c49ae32@forums-1-dub...
>> I have a client written entirely on Access 2003. It is organized as bunch
>> of access'es linked tables pointing to tables and views on a big server.
>> This client made when we used ASE 12.5 and later it worked well with ASE
>> 15.0.2.
>> But recently, we upgraded our big server to ASE 15.0.3 ESD#3 and Access
>> client started to request password for each and every attempt to read data
>> from the server. It looks like it is loosing connection between each
>> individual row...
>> Does anyone see this odd behavior, has any idea where to look for the
>> source of the problem, or know the solution?
>
>


George Brink Posted on 2010-08-02 14:59:02.0Z
From: George Brink <siberianowl@yahoo.com>
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I've updated my workstation to 15.5 ESD#1 and now I am unable to connect
to the server through ODBC at all.
Opening an official case..

On 7/29/2010 2:50 PM, George Brink wrote:
> My clients have drivers of all versions from 15.0.2 ESD#1 and up to
> 15.0.3 ESD#3 (ebf17158 on my workstation). Everyone experiencing the
> same problem.
>
>
> On 7/28/2010 5:21 PM, Paul Vero [Sybase] wrote:
>> Hi George,
>>
>> What ODBC Driver are you using? It might be you upgraded the ODBC Driver
>> from PC Client - I recall some old problem with MS Access where driver
>> caused the prompt to re-appear in an annoying fashion. Let me know the
>> version - you may need to upgrade.
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>> -Paul
>>
>> "George Brink"<siberianowl@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> news:4c49ae32@forums-1-dub...
>>> I have a client written entirely on Access 2003. It is organized as
>>> bunch
>>> of access'es linked tables pointing to tables and views on a big server.
>>> This client made when we used ASE 12.5 and later it worked well with ASE
>>> 15.0.2.
>>> But recently, we upgraded our big server to ASE 15.0.3 ESD#3 and Access
>>> client started to request password for each and every attempt to read
>>> data
>>> from the server. It looks like it is loosing connection between each
>>> individual row...
>>> Does anyone see this odd behavior, has any idea where to look for the
>>> source of the problem, or know the solution?
>>
>>