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MS SQL Server on WIN7 connection from PDF file created on LC ES2 - failed

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

So I created a PDF from in Adoble LifeCycle ES2, chose the right DSN and made sure the connections worked to the MS SQL server. SQL server was up and running and I couild log in. In the form, I was able to see and use all of the tables and fields to populate the forms just fine, saved it.

Issue: When launching the form, I get a 'Connection from Source (name) failed because the environment is not trusted'. And it does this for every connection. I tried several different DSN methods and while some connect in the Adobe form creation and I see the tables created in SQL Server, I cannot link to them to update. Funny part is, the data in the SQL database already there, does populate the form.

Am I missing something obvious?




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