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ODBC Error from a component running inside MTS

ODBC Error from a component running inside MTS

ODBC Error from a component running inside MTS



 What I've done ?
 - I've developed an MTS component that open a connection
 to a database and execute a simple statment ( Insert Into etc... )
 - I've created two System DSN, one for a Informix 7.31.UC5
 and another for Informix 9.20.

 What I'm trying to do ?
 - I'm trying to execute this -> cnn.open "DSN=IFX920"
 What his happening ?
 - I get this error :
 err.Description : No such interface supported
 err.Source :  Provider
 err.Number - vbObjectError : -245758

 What I've done ?
 - I've already tryed the same thing with the component
 outside of MTS and everything works fine, I mean the connection
 it's establihed.
 - I've use the same component in the MTS enviroment but
 with the follwing line -> cnn.open "DNS=IFX731" and
 everything works fine.

 What I'm asking ?
 Does anyone know what has to be made for a component inside MTS
 can establish a connection to a 9.20 Informix Server ?

 Tanks for further help,
 Hugo Leitão

RE: ODBC Error from a component running inside MTS

It could be MTS required some patchups or registry changes for Informix 9.20. You may get this info on Microsoft site.

I had same type of problem with Oracle8i.

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