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ODBC connection with different SQLSRV32.dll

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server


I have to connect to an MSSQL 2005 database on a W2003 sp2 server.

To perform an first test I installed MSSQL 2005 express localy on my WVista pc, established the ODBC connection and all worked like a charme, I could read and update\write data.

So I made the ODBC connection on the server and tried the same connection. It worked, at least I thought, reading the data from the file was perfect. But as soon as I tried to change the data I got the error " Record has been changed by another user".

I did start the odbc tracing and I think it is in the SQLSEV32.dll driver.

Versions: W2003sp2 2000.86.3959 and Vista 6.0.6001.1800.

Tried to install the 6.0. driver onto the W2003 server using regsrv32 but then I get the error specific driver could not be loaded due to system error 127.

My question is it possible to get the Version 6.0.6001 driver installed on the W2003 server or is there another solution ?


TIA for your help




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