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HTML Connection to ODBC Driver on Client Access

HTML Connection to ODBC Driver on Client Access

HTML Connection to ODBC Driver on Client Access

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Recently I updated my IBM Client Access software to version V5R2 on SQL server.  
 We are running Crystal Reports on this server.  
 Crystal Reports can be run from 2 different places: VB applications and through "Intranet".
 There is no problem with VB application, because VB has statement, which opens DSN ODBC connection inside each program, but when I am trying to run Reports from WEB browser it shows me sign on screen, asking for user ID and password.
 It looks like this:
Database Logon(s):
Server Name : AS400OT
Database Name :
User ID :  
Password :  
 Are someone has any idea how to avoid this? Can I somehow modify my HTML source to insure that ODBC connection is open?




   

RE: HTML Connection to ODBC Driver on Client Access

You're using Seagate Info? What version?

Seagate Info can use an ODBC setting too, but you'll need to clarify what you mean by intranet.

-k

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