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VS.NET 'Add New Data Source' typed DataSet error

VS.NET 'Add New Data Source' typed DataSet error

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Good morning. I am hoping an experienced developer can help with a question regarding the use of Visual Studio (VS) with Gupta SQLBase. I am using Gupta version 9.0.1 with VS 2008. When I click on the 'Data' menu in VS, and then 'Add New Data Source', I proceed to create a strongly-typed DataSet as with any other database provider. However, while the code (in this case, C#) is being generated, the following error is reported by VS:

"Some updating commands could not be generated automatically. The database returned the following error: Dynamic SQL generation is not supported against a SelectCommand that does not return any base table information."

When I acknowledge this error I get another one: "Failed to add relation(s): Table has not been created"

I get these errors regardless of which table I select as the source for my DataSet.

Can anyone please let me know (1) if there is a solution to this in version 9.0.1, and if not (2) do later versions have this problem, too?

Thanks,
Ashton

 

RE: VS.NET 'Add New Data Source' typed DataSet error

What connectivity to SQLBase are you using ? Can you see any of the tables in SQLBase dB at any stage, and if so , maybe its an ownership problem i.e. Maybe you need to grant rights ( viz who created the tables ) The default for SQLBase is SYSADM.(tablename) - so you may need to specify this in your app.
Can you query any of the tables outside of VS eg with SQLTalk?

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