I believe I saw documentation that says you must be at C/A V5R1 to access.
The C/A CD should have come with the other upgrade software. Make sure to
install the service pack as well.
As for the Crystal reports ODBC problem, someone else just reported that
they were able to fix this problem using a system DSN rather than a user
DSN.


-----Original Message-----
From: Rodriguez, Jose Amable [mailto:jarodriguez@grupom.com.do]
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2001 8:30 AM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: Client Access and V5R1 and ODBC


Hello all,

        I have a couple of problems with our new 820.  Here's a little
history.  We were running V4R5 on an older 600 box and have now upgraded to
an 820 running V5R1.  We are having trouble with two things as of now:

1.  Client access V4R5 will not connect to the V5R1 box (using TCP/IP of
course).  I cannot get it to work.  The error messages I get are as follows
when I verify the connection:

CWBCO1003 Winsock error, function connect returned 10061
CWBCO1006 unable to connect to server mapper (port 449) on system DKSA2TCP
CWBCO1016 Connection Verify failed.

I have checked the host servers and have started all of them.
I have verified that the QUSER profile is active and with its correct
settings.



2. ODBC acts strange with Crystal Reports on V5R1.  Every table I reference
has a *N.Libray.Table as it's name.  The puzzling item to me is the *N.


3. WHen I try to creat a new report with crystal reports, I get the
following error message when I use ODBC:

ODBC error: [IBM] [Client Access Express ODBC Driver (32-bit)]Communication
link failure. comm rc=10053 - CWBC01003 - Winsock error, function returned
10053, DKSA2TCP


Any help on these items will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Jose Amable Rodriguez
Dominican Knits, S.A. (GrupoM)
(809) 241 - 7171 x 3253
jarodriguez@grupom.com.do

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