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Unable to connect. Please call the system administrator. Details follow: 999 assembly Sybase.Powerbu

Unable to connect. Please call the system administrator. Details follow: 999 assembly Sybase.Powerbu

Unable to connect. Please call the system administrator. Details follow: 999 assembly Sybase.Powerbu

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Hi Good Day!..

When trying to log in using PB 10.5 I'm getting an issue called:

Unable to connect. Please call the system administrator
Details follow: 999 assembly Sybase.Powerbuilder.Db was not found.


This is my connection string in my INI Configuration:
; Application INI file
[database]
DBMS = "OLE DB"
Database=FOODWORLD
LogId = "sa"
LogPass =±³µ·¹»
ServerName=REY-PC
AutoCommit = False
DBParm = "PROVIDER='SQLNCLI10',PROVIDERSTRING='database=FOODWORLD',DATASOURCE='REY-PC',DelimitIdentifier='No',DateFormat='yyyy-mm-dd',DateTimeFormat='yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS'"

Please someone really know what is the cause of this issue, I need help. I already generated the PBCLTRT105 I choose only OLE DB Database Driver (OLE) for generating the DLL files and put inside the application folder. But still doesn't works.

RE: Unable to connect. Please call the system administrator. Details follow: 999 assembly Sybase.Powerbu

Are the PB runtime files in place?

Matt

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