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Message Posted: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 @ 16:54:24 GMT
'11004' looks like an ODBC SQLSTATE code ... but I dont think it is a valid one. ('01004' would be that the buffer is too small for the connection string ... but that is only a warning so it would not have failed.)
The only things I can suggest would be to check that the Data Source is corrctly defined, that the DBCName is in his hosts file, and that he is not experiencing network problems.
Also, ODBC 3.01 is very old.
You did not specify which version of Queruman they are using, but that too is probably old if ODBC is.
Older versions would not have been tested against WinXP so it is possible that there is a compatability problem.
Newer versions will have been tested against WinXP although I can not remember which version was the first one tested on XP. (I know ODBC 3.4 and 3.3 were, and SQL Assistant 7.0 and 6.2 also. The previous versions [3.2 and 6.1] may also have been tested on XP.)
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