We are trying to establish an ODBC connection from the WIN/OS2-emulation to
a MS SQL-Server 6.5 on an NT 4.0 server (running NETBIOS and TCP/IP).
By trying the standard NAMED PIPE protocol we get no connection to the
server neither with ODBC nor with ISQL (16 Bit tools in WIN/OS2). By using
the TCP/IP protocol we get a connection, but we get many ressource problems
in Access 2.0 when we establish an ODBC connection to the SQL-Server.
We also tested the named pipes connection with the enclosed programms
"makepipe" and "readpipe". The OS/2 station can establish a connection but
the data is not received correctly on the server. Very different characters
are displayed on the server (sent: hello, received: something like "0 ").
I don't think that there is something wrong with the server, cause from an
WIN95 client everything works perfectly with named pipes.
So, is there anybody out there, who can establish a connection from an OS/2
workstation with ODBC or ISQL to MS SQL-Server 6.5 on a NT-Server using
NAMED PIPES protocol? Help is needed, cause I definitly see no way to
establish the connection.
Thanks very much in advance.