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problems with connection to SQL Base 8.5 from crystal reports

problems with connection to SQL Base 8.5 from crystal reports

problems with connection to SQL Base 8.5 from crystal reports


we use SQLBase 8.5 and want to connect from crystal reports with obdc driver CRGUP13.dll (CR SQLBase) to SQLBase 8.5. since we updated from microsoft visual studio 2003 to visual studio 2005, we can`t connect from visual studio 2005 to SQLBase 8.5 by odbc using differnet crystal reports versions like crystal reports 7, 11 release 2 and crystal reports for visual studio 2005, the following error occurs:
[INTERSOLV][ODBC SQLBase driver]You are not licensed to use this INTERSOLV ODBC Driver under the license you have purchased.  If you wish to purchase a
license for use with this application, then you may use this driver for a period of 30 days, during which time you are required to obtain a license.   You
can order a license for an INTERSOLV ODBC Driver for use with this application by calling INTERSOLV at 800-876-3101 in North America and +44 1727 812812
elsewhere.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Does anyone knows how to solve this problem?

RE: problems with connection to SQL Base 8.5 from crystal reports


Did you already found a sollution to this problem?

I'm facing kind of the same problem (when I'm trying to get data using .Net Remoting.  It's also using a Sqlbase-driver). I'm getting the exaclty the same warning, but instead of 'Intersolv', I'm getting MERANT smile

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