Need help : Progress 8.3c and ODBC driver Merant ver.3.60.00.00

Need help : Progress 8.3c and ODBC driver Merant ver.3.60.00.00

Post by Michael A. Purwoa » Fri, 22 Mar 2002 13:13:10



Hallo,

We would like to connect a Progress 8.3c on Windows NT with a third
application
using ODBC driver ver.3.60.00.00 from Merant. The server answered
"[MERANT][ODBC Progress driver][PROGRESS]A PROGRESS database server
can not handle a
non-progress database connection". I'd set the environment variables
IDLC,
DLC and PROMSGS, also an entry in services file. The mode of
connection "DIRECT" (database server in the same
comp. with the driver and the application).

Anybody has the same experience or can give me some hints ?

Thanks,
Michael A. Purwoadi

 
 
 

Need help : Progress 8.3c and ODBC driver Merant ver.3.60.00.00

Post by Stefan Marquard » Fri, 22 Mar 2002 15:11:52




>using ODBC driver ver.3.60.00.00 from Merant. The server answered
>"[MERANT][ODBC Progress driver][PROGRESS]A PROGRESS database server
>can not handle a
>non-progress database connection". I'd set the environment variables

Might it be that you try to connect to the -S port of the DB and not
to the special (extra slow) odbc-broker port ?

S.Marquardt
hagebau dd
germany

 
 
 

Need help : Progress 8.3c and ODBC driver Merant ver.3.60.00.00

Post by Michael A. Purwoa » Fri, 29 Mar 2002 14:16:23


Yes, it is right.

Well, as you'd suggested, I used proibrkr32 and proidrvr32 on other
port. When I tested the ODBC connection, it answered
"[Merant][ODBC Progress Driver][PROGRESS]The database broker cannot
handle Progress database connection.(2663)"

When I looked into prooidrv.lg, it was written that
"
12:02:21 OIBRKR  0: OIDRVR server is spawned. (1892)
12:02:21 OIDRVR     This broker will terminate when session ends. (5405)
12:02:21 OIDRVR     Start Open Interface Driver id: 352. (2581) "

and the message continue

"12:02:55 OIDRVR  0: Shutdown Open Interface Driver id: 352. (2582)"

when I closed the Microsoft message box.

I think that the connection was established, but why there is a message
saying "The database broker ...." ?

What do you think ?

Thank you,
Michael




> >using ODBC driver ver.3.60.00.00 from Merant. The server answered
> >"[MERANT][ODBC Progress driver][PROGRESS]A PROGRESS database server
> >can not handle a
> >non-progress database connection". I'd set the environment variables

> Might it be that you try to connect to the -S port of the DB and not
> to the special (extra slow) odbc-broker port ?

> S.Marquardt
> hagebau dd
> germany