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SQLCon Questions

I have been having problems connecting to an Access 2000 query utilizing the ODBC drivers.  Therefore, I ran SQLCON to see what it could tell me.  Now I am more confused!!!

The information that came back is:

SQLDriverConnect Successful
[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Invalid connection string attribute
[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Invalid connection string attribute
[Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] String data, right truncated

ODBC Version is: 03

SQL Driver Name is:  ODBCJT32
SQL Driver Version is: 04.00.4202
SQL Driver Supported ODBC Version is: 03
SQL DBMS Name is: Access
SQL DBMS Version is: 04.00.0000

I was pleased with the SQLDriverConnect Successful, but don't understand what the rest of this information is telling me.  Is the problem in Crystal?  Or is it the security of the Database?

Anyone with clues here?


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