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Problem with 2003 server & SQL Base ODBC Driver

Problem with 2003 server & SQL Base ODBC Driver

Problem with 2003 server & SQL Base ODBC Driver


    I've installed the SQLBase Driver Pack (13590) on a Windows 2003 Server (Standard Edition)
The Windows 2003 Server is used as a Web Server (IIS6).
In order to create dynamic page and due to ASP Script, i want to make requests on a Distant Database owned by a SQLBase Server.

I've tried to create a DSN Source Name using this SQLBase ODBC Driver
I've entered:
-The Data Source Name (DSN)
-The SQLBAse Database Name

-Release Lock for the Isolation level

When i Click on "Connect"

The "Gupta SQL Base ODBC Driver Connect" Box appears:
I entered a valid Server Name
            either under the netbios name
            either under the ip adress

I've even modified the sql.ini file by adding

Following to that i've added this file to the "Config Filename"

I've even added the path of my sql.ini file in my PATH system environment variable...

But in spite of all my effort i've an error message when i try to connect to a distant database:

                Connection failed with SQL State: "08001"

So have you got any ideas...?


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