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Accpac error 49153

Accpac error 49153

Accpac error 49153

(OP)
I have moved our Accpac database to a different Win2k server and am now getting a 49153 error when trying to acess the data. I have Pervasive 2000i SP4 Workgroup on the server and that seemes to be communicating properly (gateways all found and registered). Has someone got any ideas as to what this error is pointing to? If I try to access the data back on the old server there are no errors.
Thx in advance for any help
L

RE: Accpac error 49153

Hi,

That is a database connection error. Is pervasive up and running? W3DBSMGR?

Regards

e

RE: Accpac error 49153

error:49153 is a pervasive server problem..try to run smartscout...

jinaa ibraheem

RE: Accpac error 49153

Go into the Control Panel, select services and stop Pervasive transactional and relational services, then start them again. This shouls solve the problem.

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