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  • How do I troubleshoot a failed ODBC-ODBC Bridge connection? -- Answer
  • ODBC
  • JDBC
  • UDA
  • 1. Insure that the non-OpenLink Data Source Name connects to the target database. 2. Insure that OpenLink's Single-Tier client components or Multi-Tier server components are installed on the machine that contains the non-OpenLink Data Source Name. 3. Multi-Tier users insure that oplrqb and odbc_mv appear in the /bin sub-directory of the OpenLink server components installation. 4. Insure that all Windows-based Data Source Names are System Data Source Names. 5. Insure that you pass the exact name of the non-OpenLink Data Source to the OpenLink Data Source. Multi-Tier users pass this name in the Database field of their OpenLink Data Sources. 6. Multi-Tier users insure that "Odbc" appears in the Domain or Server Type field of the Multi-Tier Data Source Name. (Case matters!) If the problem persists, complete a troubleshooting worksheet. Post the results into an online support case.
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