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Remote Server Error

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2003-01-20 23:18:42.0Z
Ramesh Posted on 2003-01-18 08:02:19.0Z
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hi,
im using a ASA ver 8.0.2 buid 4089,
i created a remote server (AS400), using a
Client Access 4.5 ODBC driver to connect my remote server.
i am able to get the data from the remote server and able to create the
proxy tables.
but when i try to insert data into the table
it gives an error "ASE -660"
any help?
thanks in advance
ramesh


Raymond_Kwong Posted on 2003-01-20 23:18:42.0Z
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The -660 error was an error from the remote server. Usually there is a line
in the format Server_name:message associated with it. If you don't see it
in the ASA environment, turn on the ODBC trace, repeat the steps for the
-660 error, and view the trace.

The error (which I believe is either something from the remote database
server or from the ODBC driver) should be seen in the ODBC trace.