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I understand that you cannot have lower version of client access with a
higher version of OS/400.

HTH
Sushama

-----Original Message-----
From: Rodriguez, Jose Amable [mailto:jarodriguez@grupom.com.do]
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2001 10:30 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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