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ODBC 2.04 - Connection Problem. (Locking?)

ODBC 2.04 - Connection Problem. (Locking?)

ODBC 2.04 - Connection Problem. (Locking?)

(OP)
Hi,

i installed the latest Btrieve Workstation Engine and ODBC 2.04 on W2K. In Registry i have set Local to "1" (File Sharion ist set to MultiEngine) so the local Engine can access the Btrieve-DB on the Novell-Server.
The Application on the W2K Workstation runs well. But the Btrieve-Files can´t be used from other Applications (OS/2) using Inserts, Updates on the table.
Setting up the local Engine to "Requester"=1 and "Local"=0 i can´t access the Database. I receive the Error 20.
On Novell the latest Btrieve 6.15 is running.
w32bticm.dll is in the PATH.

What i am doing wrong??

Thanks
Claus

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