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Cannot Reverse Engineer Database

Cannot Reverse Engineer Database

Cannot Reverse Engineer Database

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Hi,

I'm running Visio 2003.  I try to connect to a db server on the same domain, to have Visio reverse engineer the db, but it is having issues.

If I select the MS SQL Server driver, it gives me the following error message after typing in the UID/PWD credentials:

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The currently selected Visio driver is not compatible with the data source

If I select "ODBC Generic driver", then after I input the UID\PWD credentials, it gives me the following error:

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Warning!
You are using a Visio 'ODBC Generic Driver' driver to connect with a 'Microsoft SQL Server' DBMS database.
By using an incompatible driver, it is possible that the catelog information retrieved will be incomplete.

Anyone know what I can do to get this to be able to connect to the db to reverse eng. it?  It is a SQL 2005 database.

Thanks!
 

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RE: Cannot Reverse Engineer Database

Well, from the sounds of it, you need to update Visio.

 Look online and download the Visio compatibility patches. I do not know for sure that this will resolve your problem, but it may.

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