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You can see the information how SQL tables are linked. Keep the mouse pointer on the link table. You can see all the information like DSN = (Data Source Name) Name of the connection UID = UserID APP = Applicaton DATABASE = name of the database in which the linked table is available NETWORK = SQL Server network protocol ADDRESS = Server IP,Port TABLE = ...


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If the SQL server table is modified will it be automatically reflected in the [linked] table and when? Yes, on next refresh or requery. If I edit the linked Access table will it be reflected in the SQL server table? Yes; as before, these updates will be visible on the other end on next refresh or requery. Trusted Connection only controls how the connection ...


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Why not just use the SQLNCLI10 provider? Are you required to use MSDASQL? Here is a sp_addlinkedserver script adding a linked server named ServerST that points to ServerAR. EXEC master.dbo.sp_addlinkedserver @server = N'ServerST', @srvproduct=N'ServerST', @provider=N'SQLNCLI10', @datasrc=N'ServerAR' Update 19/082014 Download SQL Query Stress Tool ...


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I've got the same problem using Perl. It seems that DB2 will do the query using the Schema of your user. Given that you use the schema MYDATABASE, your query must look like this SELECT * FROM MYDATABASE.USERS The database parameter in the DSN seems to have no effect.


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In the cCURE 800 Install guide there is a requsite set of software and patches for the OS that need be installed. Including Office XP Web Components and Some patches ( Listed Below) "for Journal Replay and other reports to work" install =Microsoft Office XP Web Components= - [NOTE : f you have office 2003, Access 2003, or Frontpage 2003 installed on your ...


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They just released new server & driver packages (7/25/2014). I had the same issue with the old drivers but with the 7/25 release it is gone.



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