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SQL Base problem

SQL Base problem

SQL Base problem

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I have virtually no experience with SQL Base and I have inherited the folowing problem.

I need to have the SQL Base server running before I can run a program we use called 'docuPOWER'.
When I try to run the exe file for 'docuPOWER' it gives an error.
 
We are using SQLBASE Server 6.1.0 (5 client)
and I think it needs reconfiguring as it gives the following error when it is run:
 
DBNT5SV: Error Found in file SQL.INI At Line Number 164
DBNT5SV: Section [DBNT5SV]
DBNT5SV: centurydefaultmode=0
DBNT5SV: Invalid keyword
 
Obviously when you then try to run docuPOWER32.EXE it gives the error:
 
Failed to List Available Databases.
Server Name:
[MENU00348E]
 
 
Any help at all would be gratefully received as at present we do n't know anything on configuring or using centura and its products.

Thank you in advance.

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