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ODBC Error 2800 after accessing a table of a database in DBM

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PostPosted: Thu, 8. Jan 09, 19:59    Post subject: ODBC Error 2800 after accessing a table of a database in DBM Reply with quote

Q: We are using a SQL database. The SQL user account "david" was given a special password which was also configured under Global Settings \ Digas \ Database \ ...

Working in DigAdmin works fine. We can access the SQL server via ODBC. But clicking on a table in DBM causes an error message 2800 from Microsoft ODBC driver and we need to enter the password.

What's wrong?

A: This happens if the DigaSystem user account has configured a fixed database user in its properties. Please empty both fields for the corresponding database user (User and Password). You need to do this for every user account.

Please be careful and enter a password for all databases which are in use.

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PostPosted: Wed, 25. Jan 17, 18:34    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just for the sake of searching reference, the error message appears to be 28000 these days!
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