My test program clearly demonstrates, that I am getting the error message every second time, when I am opening a file form a server PC. PC2 Lance Schmidt Posted on 2008-05-20 21:00:43.0Z From: "Lance Schmidt"
I can query fine if I open a server connection, but if I use the local server and try to select from a network location the error occurs every time. –Ken See the Database Security topic for details. Good luck and thank you for asking. It's a free table in a location that has read/write access to the folder on the server where it's stored.
I am quite sure, that after the >> deinstallation and after installing the database architect (18.104.22.168) once >> again, the environment is again the same as on PC1 - but something If your still stuck send the files to Advantage Support and they can assist you.Posted by Chris Franz at 8:22 AM Labels: Advantage 9, Troubleshooting 2 comments: Phil Higgs said... If attempting to open a table previously referenced by an SQL query, verify that the handle to the query (the cursor handle) was explicitly closed by calling AdsCloseSQLStatement after the executing Solution Advantage Service: Make sure the Advantage Configuration Registry Key exists.
Solution: Check the status of the network and repeat the command. 7011 Problem with Advantage server file seek Problem: The Advantage server was unable to position to the desired file offset. Best Regards, Lance Schmidt Advantage R&D "Anila"
Note that the other application that has the file open could also be backup software or a report writer. My primary areas of focus are database and mobility technologies. Problem 2: This error can occur when the connection to the Advantage Data Dictionary was made using a local-drive-letter path and tables within the dictionary are not on the same drive. If this scenario exists, a file open error will be logged in the Advantage Database Server error log, ADS_ERR.ADT or ADS_ERR.DBF.
We have ADS 11.10 running on Windows. I already disconnected my network and connected it again, but the error remains and obviously has to do with the exclusive property. 7008 Advantage server file open failure Advantage Error Guide Problem 1: The specified table, memo file, or index file was unable to be opened. The configuration file must be located in the same directory as the Advantage NLM.
Both PCs have access to drive J:\ on the ServerPC. this contact form Solution: Additional copies (each with its own serial number) must be purchased in order for multiple copies of the Advantage Database Server to be running simultaneously on the network. 7045 This checks to see if we can make a connection using shared memory rather than the network (note: Advantage 8.1 and newer) See if the server name is an IP address Make sure all applications access the data in the same manner 2: If using DBF tables, possibly Locking Type is an issue.
The system I use is Windows Professional 7 Expert: micromaster replied4 years ago. Solution: Clear the invalid bits in the "deleted" byte. The file is not already open exclusively by another Advantage user. 3. have a peek here If, on a windows system, the 7008 is accompanied > by a DOS error of 32 then this is the case. > > A couple of possibilities. > > 1: other
Table name: TransDetail >> >> We believe this may have to do with access rights and attempted assigning >> Read/Execute rights on the appropriate Advantage ini file and database >> folder If you use exclusive access no other instances are allowed to open that table. Solution: Rebuild the current index. 7013 Advantage server file access error Problem: The user does not have sufficient access rights to open the specified file.
Afterwards just set the table password (AdsEnableEncryption). -- Joachim Duerr System Consultant (Advantage Database Server) Sybase iAnywhere advantagesupport[AT]ianywhere.com Anila Posted on 2008-05-21 15:02:58.0Z From: "Anila"
There is a lot of great information in the Knowledge Base on the most common connection errors such as 6420, 6060 and 6610. Last posting was on 2008-05-23 09:18:58.0Z Anila Posted on 2008-05-20 19:39:48.0Z From: "Anila"
Last posting was on 2007-10-26 20:03:23.0Z DS Posted on 2007-10-11 22:56:27.0Z Reply-To: "DS"
Solution 4: Triggers often cache the statement they use to execute the trigger code. If all the discovery threads fail then an error code is returned. The only difference was the switch from Netware to Win2k8 for both the OS and ADS, and according to the documenation (see quoted help file content below) it should still work. If opening a DBF table in a writeable mode, and that DBF is to be shared with a non-Advantage database application, make sure to open the table using Advantage Compatible Locking
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