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ODBC error connecting to AS400 Stored Procedure

ODBC error connecting to AS400 Stored Procedure

ODBC error connecting to AS400 Stored Procedure


I have often connected Crystal Reports to AS400 tables using the Client Access ODBC driver.

But now for the first time I am trying to access an AS400 Stored Procedure. And we keep getting errors (depending how we tweak the Driver settings).

The initial error being:

Database Connector Error:'4200:[IBM][iSeries Access ODBC Driver]Statement violates access rule: Connection is set to read only. [Database Vendor Code:30186]'

We tweaked the ODB driver and now the latest error being:

Database Connector Error:'42501:[IBM][iSeries Access ODBC Driver][DB2 UCB]SQL0601- TEST in KXMLIB type *FILE already exists. [Database Vendor Code:-601]'

TEST is the Stored Procedure name. I suspect its created a table that isn't being dropped when done?

Any insight on these errors,  would be appreciated. Thanks!



Mark H. Edwards

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