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Linking Infomaker 6.0 and SQL 7.0

Linking Infomaker 6.0 and SQL 7.0

Linking Infomaker 6.0 and SQL 7.0

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I am trying to connect Infomaker 6.0 to an SLQ 7.0 database. Infomaker only has 6.x native interface. When I set up the database profile and try to connect I gat invalid login messages. I have set up user accounts on the NT server and within SQL with the appropriate names and passwords. What am I missing or is there a DLL from Powersoft to upbate the native interface?
I can connect to the SQL database from infomaker & Access etc via odbc.

RE: Linking Infomaker 6.0 and SQL 7.0

(OP)
Oopps! forgot. I can connect infomaker to the SQL and do not get any error messages. However when I try to create a ner query I do get an error messagr

SQLSTATE = s1003
[Microsoft][ODBC driver Manager] program type out of rang

Any ideas would be welcome.

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