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no such table or object

no such table or object

no such table or object

(OP)
this morning when I came in and tried to run some reports I get this error on a table that was fine through yesterday. When I open the pervasive CC I get the error.

ODBC Error: SQLSTATE = S1000, Native error code = 0
Unable to open table: TixLine.
No such table or object.

Any ideas why or what to do to fix it?

RE: no such table or object

That almost sounds like the data file for TixLine is missing.  Does the data file exist?  

Mirtheil
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Custom VB and Btrieve development.
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RE: no such table or object

(OP)
Yes the dat file exist. There are two different DDF files, one for a complete set of information and one for a simplified set with "nice" descriptions. The complete one still works and the data is still as it show be but the other one doesn't

RE: no such table or object

(OP)
Never mind I got it. For some reason I needed to recreated the DSN on the server. Unfortunately when I tried to recreate it I got the same errors but when I created a new one with a new named database it works fine.

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