Hopefully this is a little more clear. The problem seems to be specific to the ctree database. You can’t edit your own posts. If empty, sqlnw is used. If that is the case then how does the Linked Server issue necessary.
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If you do not have a manual could you please Goggle defining an Access Linked Server? You can’t post new polls. The following entries can be used to configure the SSL connection: This a new database that I am working odbf and I am not real familiar with it.
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Thanks for the help. You can’t vote in polls. You can’t edit other posts. The driver uses those values if the application does not supply them in the call.
You can leave these fields blank if you want the driver to use the defaults on the server. You can post emoticons. You can’t edit other events. The web search results I’ve found talk about linking ctree to SQL Server, but I haven’t found an example of actually doing it.
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The Add Data Source dialog box appears. Fill in the dialog box fields as shown in the following figure and choose OK. After I link the ctree database, it show in the list of linked servers with the ‘Catalog’ and ‘System Catalogs’ listed below it, but no ‘Default’ node that would have the ctree tables listed.
In the connection string, the attribute is: You ctref delete other topics.
What documentation are you using to configure your Linked Server? The provider supports the interface, but returns a failure code when it is ctrse. Thanks for the info. I have the odbc dsn set up and it works with Access.
I belive the problem is with the Catalog parameter, but I don’t know what that would be for a Ctree database. The problem seems to be specific to the ctree database. You can download attachments. Post reply Like Add to Briefcase. You can’t delete other posts. In the dialog box for the type of data source you choose, choose the Add button. If not set, the internal vtree size is bytes.