Does ODBC work? > krf > TS wrote in message <[email protected]>... > >I have also installed the SQL Client on the laptop and the Enterprise > >manager can connect just fine. I have checked versions and they are all 5.1 Thanks for any help, TS Quote"Kevin Frevert"
Cannot > connect to the server? Just as a starting > point, in the BDE, create a new alias pointing the desired server (making > sure you have the MSSQL driver). Checking of...Reply Posted by Piotr Green on Nov 06 2001ADO to DAO Office/win97 to office/win2000 upgrade problemsOK I've got Delphi 5 Professional, but i dont get ADO with it, where can Do you have ICQ or something where we can talk faster?) >TS >"Kevin Frevert"
database name etc. 0 Message Author Comment by:mrk_raj2003-02-13 Thanks yeas everything is correct, and it connects also, but somtimes it throws this error.it shows the alias name with the error Steps to Reproduce: 1. I'm sure it is >> something simple we both are missing. I also tried connecting with SQL Explorer, but same problem.
BDE Error 13059 I am trying to install my software on a client machine that will connect through SQL links to the server. You have installed the client, but did you configure the client > (Named Pipes, TCP/IP)? Rating Average rating: 4.5 Votes: 0 1 0 0 5 Rating: 1 2 3 4 5 1=Poor, 5=Excellent Did you try connecting via ODBC?
Which other DLLs, etc. No comment means you don't care. 0 Message Accepted Solution by:CetusMOD2004-03-15 PAQed, with points refunded (250) CetusMOD Community Support Moderator 0 Write Comment First Name Please enter a first name Cannot connect to the server? I want to use the BDE (I don't want to >explain right now), so please no comments on alternatives. >???????????? :( >HHHHHHHHHEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPPP! >ts >"Kevin Frevert"
Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Find all posts by Norrit « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Connection is ok but when I try to open a table, error happened: ------ BDE error: 13059 Server: -1811 General SQL error. Good luck, krf QuoteTS wrote in message <[email protected]>... >I am quite sure I have TCP/IP settings right because my program has worked >on about 10 other systems (Including systems with Windows
Application won't start? > >> >> >> krf > >> >> >> TS wrote in message <[email protected]>... > >> >> >> >Delphi 5 > >> >> >> >BDE 5.1 > >> Does ODBC work? >> >> krf >> >> TS wrote in message <[email protected]>... >> >> >I have also installed the SQL Client on the laptop and the Enterprise >> >> >manager Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? The ability to access databases through ODBC is a feature that requires the Professional edition or higher, and is not a feature of the Standard edition.
Oracle Database Advertise Here 823 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. check over here to connect to oracle using TDatabase and TTable to connect to the table. Any more suggestions? (P.S. Does ODBC work? >> krf >> TS wrote in message <[email protected]>... >> >I have also installed the SQL Client on the laptop and the Enterprise >> >manager can connect just fine.
Solved General SQL error BDE error 13059 Posted on 2003-02-13 Delphi 1 Verified Solution 13 Comments 21,814 Views Last Modified: 2013-11-23 Hi all, Iam using Delhp4 and SQL 2000 for my Just as a > >> >starting > >> >> point, in the BDE, create a new alias pointing the desired server > >(making > >> >> sure you have the MSSQL some times i get a BDE Error 13059, General SQL error while attemting to connect to the database using Tdatabase component. http://gatoisland.com/bde-error/bde-error-13059-sql.php Webinars on demand!
Create an user on Oracle, with special characters, like "userwithgcharacter". 3. Error 13059 [$33][$ 3] with Database Engine 10. Workarounds Didn't find any till now, except creating the user without the special character.
SQL Error 13059 (Duplicate Value) 10. Can you connect to your target database through the BDE Administrator? > I suspect something didn't get installed correctly. > Good luck, > krf > TS wrote in message <[email protected]>... > Did the BDE install OK? 2. Did you create a new (MSSQL) BDE alias, independent from your application? 3.
Covered by US Patent. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. This error has me greatly confused. weblink You must also have the correct DLL32 setting in the BDE Administrator for the DAO you have installed: IDDA3532.DLL for Access 97, IDDAO32.DLL for Access 95.
Do you have ICQ or something where we can talk faster?) TS Quote"Kevin Frevert"
Maybe someone else can jump in and > give you a hand. > Good luck, > krf > TS wrote in message <[email protected]>... > >I am quite sure I have TCP/IP No, I have tried but no success P.S. Access 95 or 97: You may get the message "BDE error 13059" and "General SQL error". ARRRGH!
I am getting ready to go home, so I won't be able to >> respond until Monday. I've gotten bitten by that one. General SQL error 13059 - while connecting to the SQL database 5. You have installed the client, but did you configure the client >> (Named Pipes, TCP/IP)?
You have installed the client, but did you configure the client (Named Pipes, TCP/IP)? Did you start from scratch and create a whole new (MSSQL) BDE alias? Did you start from scratch and create a whole new >> (MSSQL) BDE alias? I am getting ready to go home, so I won't be able to > >> respond until Monday.
Any luck? I need to be shure that this problem is a real or if there is some configuration to be done. General SQL Error. 13059 6. yeas it is GeneralSQL error with error code 13059 thanks Raj 0 LVL 9 Overall: Level 9 Delphi 9 Message Expert Comment by:mocarts2003-02-13 is there any additional message with that
BDE error 13059 on SELECT statement - BDE Bug?? Thanx for the URL 3. I have some silly questions: > 1.