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New database failure 7039: Invalid destination dictionary path

New database failure 7039: Invalid destination dictionary path

New database failure 7039: Invalid destination dictionary path

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Server O/s:  Windows Server 2003 (SBS) + Sp2
Database: Pervasive v10 Summit WGE (On Server and Workstations)

I am trying to create a new database in V10. My shared database resides on the server (This is within the Applications folder as in C:\Sage Accpac\Data which I connect to using UNC). The Users have FULL rights to the main folder (Sage Accpac). I am using "Pervasive ODBC Client Interface" for a driver on Workstations. Pervasive is running as application of both Server and Workstations.

I have not had this problem with previous versions of PSQL. Is there something I am missing here?

 

RE: New database failure 7039: Invalid destination dictionary path

Are you creating the database on the "client" or the "server"?  
If you are creating it on the "server", you really shouldn't need (or use) UNC for the database name?
If you are creating it on the "client", you shouldn't need a database name except on the server.
 

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

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