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PB No Longer showing Database Columns

PB No Longer showing Database Columns

Recently our database server was upgraded and although PowerBuilder runs fine, when I click design, data source for a datawindow I get the following error.

"Table "csd_currentenrollmentcount" has no columns; possible invalid table format.
Please check to see if the active DB Profile is correct.
Do you want to continue in graphics mode?"
Graphics mode does not display anything as well.

I checked that the DB Profile is correct, even created a new one thinking the other may have been corrupt. Still get the error.
Does anything need to be done to the .pbw to correct this issue?

I am using PowerBuilder 12.6 and MS SQLServer

Thank you in advance


RE: PB No Longer showing Database Columns

DB versions (old and new)?
How is PB connecting to DB? (native driver, OLEDB, etc)


"Nature forges everything on the anvil of time"

RE: PB No Longer showing Database Columns

I am connecting using ODBC, I believe the database is MS SQLSERVER 12.0

RE: PB No Longer showing Database Columns

Try to create a new db connection in PowerBuilder.


"Nature forges everything on the anvil of time"

RE: PB No Longer showing Database Columns

I created a new ODBC DB connection and then a new DBprofile.
Still get the same message for all datawindow objects

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