Before execution we checked the connection status is shown as ‘OPEN’ but still we are are getting this issue on and off. If a client application receives this error when it requests a database server connection, check that the client and database locales are compatible. Driver upgrade to v3. Sorry if this sounds basic to you but did you create a system data source with that same ‘ACD’ name on the report server and verify that it works in the Informix ODBC driver utility? I believe SSRS is a Windows-based system, and I’m by no means a Windows expert, so there’s a limit to what I can do to point you in the right direction. Problem comes in when I try to run through reporting services after I’ve deployed it for some reason.
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When I run the SQLv2. Add comment Created on Oct 9, 8: Up Down Hello Georgi. Created on Oct 9, 8: Tuesday, March 16, 6: Sign up using Facebook. Delwin Andrews 50 1 Informid comment Created on Sep 10, 1: It’s located in the directory of the probe:.
Up Down Hi Stephan. Sign up using Facebook. Please copy the sensor folder to a not virtualized Windows machine and start the sensor from there:. Created on Sep 10, 1: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Informix ODBC Connection issue
Post as a guest Name. Up Down Hi Silas, Cool!
Are you getting the very same error when using the actual EXE file, configured accordingly: When we try execute the query getting following exception as: Post as a guest Name. If there is a firewall in the middle that could be closing the sockets e.
The provider doesn’t have any mechanism to automatically check that the link with the server is still up, so if for some reason the connection is ocbc alive, next time the provider tries to use it like running a query it will throw that exception. Create a report from my machine which also has the drivers installed and the ODBC testing correctly. You must make sure that a proper backup of all your data is available.
But having more detailed information about the error than ‘unknown ibformix error’ may help you.
I didn’t try to set in Up Down Hello Felix Saure. I was able to solve it thanks to your quick answer.
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Add comment Created on Sep 10, 3: Could you please also try a different connection tool, like this oneto see if the connection works in general? Does it work with this key: The environment variable specifying the locale category has a wrong value.
The provider to use would be Ifxoledbc. I have informix There is also application deployed to JBoss 4. Tests through Windows odbcad32 work without any hy00.