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Message Posted: Tue, 01 Aug 2000 @ 20:39:53 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Driver JDBC Teradata
From:   David Wellman

Angela Maria,

The 224 is probably the "vendor's" native error code, in this case a "you've got a problem with your hosts file" error message.

I've never used JDBC itself, but if this were a WinCli application the error would be caused by you trying to logon to a machine called "fred" (i.e. your logon string is "logon fred/user,password") and there are no "fredcop?" entries in your hosts file.

Give that a try and see what you find.



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