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Cannot get connection in Powerbuilder

Cannot get connection in Powerbuilder

We have a Powerbuilder 8 application running with a SQLBase7.5 database and want to upgrade to SQLBase 9.0 but cannot get the Powerbuilder profile to work. We did the unload/load process and can connect using SQLTalk. Does anyone have any experience with this? We have a new client that just bought the SQLBase 9.0 and they would like our product this month.
Thank you for any help you can provide.


RE: Cannot get connection in Powerbuilder

We´ve got the same Problem.
Perhaps it´s about the ODBC Driver.
We use PowerBuilder 6.5.
I still hoped the Problem was fixed with a higher Version, but if you use PB8 the Problem must be another.
Connection with SQLTalk still works, the same like you said.
We have to migrate a lot of Datas from old Instaces (7.5.1) into a new one under 9.0.1.
Isn´t there anaybody outside to help?
Or did anyone knows a workaround?
We cannot insert these lots of Datas by hand.

Thanks in advance...


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