Error #: 3151 < > ODBC--connection Error


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PSULionRP

Interesting anomaly.

We have one business user that is receiving this error message when
attempting to open and execute a Microsoft Access Database Application. Just
one out of like 6 or 7.

The application prompts for her User ID and Password. Her ODBC has been
set-up with the same parameters that everyone else has. I had her check for
her TNSNAMES.DSN file and it is out there and is up-to-date as to being
pushed to her client machine.

Here are some specifics regarding the Microsoft Access Database.
- It uses ADO to access its data. The ODBC check simply SELECTS a MIN from a
Pass-Through Query to ensure connectivity
- We are accessing an Oracle 10g Database
- The ODBC was set-up utilizing the Oracle9iclient driver
- The Microsoft Access Database is Access 2003

Can anyone shed any light on this for me???

Thanks for reviewing and hopeful for a reply.

PSULionRP
 
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golfinray

Is this Access 2003? If so make sure you have loaded service pack 3 and all
patches and hotfixes. They will get you.
 
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PSULionRP

SOLUTION!!!

After further review, in the Business User's ODBC we actually saw that their
System Name had a <space> at the end. So rather than just having "PROD",
which we prime in the VBA Connect, in their ODBC they had "PROD<space>" and
we believe that's what was throwing this off and resulting in not connecting.
 

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