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Need help opening a Pervasive Database or BTR files

Need help opening a Pervasive Database or BTR files

Need help opening a Pervasive Database or BTR files

(OP)
I have installed

PSQL Control Center

PSQL Install Version 13.30.035.

Java Version 1.8.0_31.

Copyright © 2018 Actian Corporation


When I try to connect to database I am asked for logon I give Windows logon details
Immediately get a 7011: Insufficient access rights. Any ideas? I don't use Pervasive too often.

RE: Need help opening a Pervasive Database or BTR files

You'll need to specify the username / password for the database. Depending on your settings that might not be a Windows login but a database user. Have you contacted the vendor of the data you are trying to access to see how they have security defined for the database?

Mirtheil
http://www.mirtheil.com

RE: Need help opening a Pervasive Database or BTR files

(OP)
Thanks Mirtheil! I will try that. Although , I am not confident they'll be forthcoming as customer is changing vendors.

RE: Need help opening a Pervasive Database or BTR files

Are you on the machine where the PSQL engine (and database files) are located? Now that I think about it, the 7011 usually isn't usually a database security issue but a different kind of permission issue.
How exactly are you trying to connect / open the database? What are the steps you are taking?

Mirtheil
http://www.mirtheil.com

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