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Error opening .dat files linked to mdb after SP3 installed

Error opening .dat files linked to mdb after SP3 installed

Error opening .dat files linked to mdb after SP3 installed

(OP)
I've installed SP3 for Pervasive.SQL 2000 so that I can use ADO with VB6. The ADO connection was successful; linking .mkd files eg from the Demodata DB, to an Access mdb file via ODBC is OK; but and linking Btrieve .dat files to an mdb is ok until I try to open a table, Access says "The MS Jet database engine cannot find the input table .......".

I'm wondering if there is a discrepancy between the ODBC driver and the Btrieve .dat file version. Or maybe I need to update the Client 'Pervasive ODBC Client Interface' driver?

RE: Error opening .dat files linked to mdb after SP3 installed

(OP)
Correction: The error message appears when a table is selected for linking, or when I try to open a previously linked table.

RE: Error opening .dat files linked to mdb after SP3 installed

(OP)
Solved with the Release version of SP3

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