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Direct SQL Pass Thru for MS SQL

Direct SQL Pass Thru for MS SQL

Direct SQL Pass Thru for MS SQL

(OP)
I am trying to get the SYNTAX to perform a DIRECT MS SQL PASS thru as such:

REMOTE DEST = WIN2000
-REMOTE BEGIN
SET SQLENGINE=SQLMSS
SQL SQLMSS SET USER EGLSMSQL06/username,password
SQL SQLMSS
SELECT *
FROM PROFILEZONES
;
-REMOTE END

But I get the following ERROR:

 (FOC1488) SQL INTERFACE IS NOT INSTALLED
     : Subphysical interface not found for SUFFIX=SQLMSS  . Module name: ODBPINT
   (FOC1400) SQLCODE IS -1 (HEX: FFFFFFFF)
   (FOC1400) SQLCODE IS -1 (HEX: FFFFFFFF)
   (FOC1479) ERROR CONNECTING TO SQL DATABASE



Thanks,

Leo   

RE: Direct SQL Pass Thru for MS SQL

Hellow! Mr.Leo
I am zushi.I am japanese. English defficult.
This problem was resolved?
If this trouble don't resolve, you do under.

1.in WIN2000 server

START MENU -> MANAGEMENT TOOL -> DATASOURCE(ODBC)
-> USER DSN -> ADD -> SQL SERVER

I EXPERIENCED SAVE ERROR AT MY CUSTOMER.
(FOC1488) SQL INTERFACE IS NOT INSTALLED

GOOD LUCK!

RE: Direct SQL Pass Thru for MS SQL

If you are working from Desktop, it usually means your ODBC Connection is not set right..If you already setup your ODBC, then go to the blue icon for Server Setup and select the proper engine & ODBC.

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