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Access queries failed after upgrade: The chunk offset is too big

Access queries failed after upgrade: The chunk offset is too big

Access queries failed after upgrade: The chunk offset is too big

(OP)

Sage upgrade issues:
Sage/Platinum v5.9
Pervasive: 10.30.017
Windows XP SP3 - Client
MS access 2000/2010
MS Server 2003 SP2

Since upgrading from SAGE v5.6 to v5.9 the queries with Access no longer work. I get an “ODBC –update on a linked table “APBBPAGECO failed…The chunk offset is too big(Betrieve Error 103) (#-4896)” when I run a query.

-ODBC connections/drivers all test properly, tried setting the DSN open mode to: “Exclusive” and “Accelerated” with no luck.
-PFWKTC and PFWPAGECO are the main OBDC drivers.

RE: Access queries failed after upgrade: The chunk offset is too big

The DDFs and the data files don't match. Usually the Error 103 is caused when the data file defines a variable length field but the DDFs don't define a variable length field or try to define a fixed length structure to the variable length portion.

You need to contact Sage / Platinum to get DDFs that match the data files.

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

RE: Access queries failed after upgrade: The chunk offset is too big

(OP)
Sage was no help they gave me documentation (about 500 pages) about the upgrade however none of the tables changed between upgrades. I noticed that despite full access to the db that the tables behind the queries are "not update-able". Any more ideas.

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