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So, I wanted to do some testing by setting up a different datasource through CF administrator again. So that should show your answer. Again, though, I have to ask that you please do not use this blog as a support forum.
Update I was working on another machine where I had this error, and this time, I had to take one more step in enabling the port, as the step above just wasn’t enough. I fixed this error in MX 7.
Anyway, glad to have helped. But now it is fixed! However, I am now getting another error, which Google is of little help. Charlie, I got my SQL Server Express working jdcb my laptop in probably less time that it took for you to cover all of the errors!
If you could just reply, I’d appreciate it.
Error Executing Database Query.
I don’t know what to do anymore. I specified the user name and password in the CF admin of the data source.
The post was here: This post saved my marbles Very good point, and as we both know from our years of supporting CF folks, it’s really almost always the little things like that which hurt the most people.
Thanks for this, it worked. If you don’t have Telnet, you can add it using “programs and features” in Windows.
[Macromedia][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]Invalid column name ‘Sweepstakes’.
I just blogged about it here: Hopefully other Quality Center users will find this page when searching for the answer. If it didn’t, do let us know, but you may want to go to the Adobe forums yourself to ask this, since it’s more likely an Adobe engineer will see it there than here.
I was so excited to see it run on CF and see that it could be a real option for us moving forwar Does the screen go blank? Are you saying you tried every suggestion in every comment of that blog entry?
Wednesday, February 24, 8: Please give me a better solution,so that it will helpful for me and the same for others. As such, I think I’ve nailed the problem, but I wanted to make a little test here by picking out an entry with a few but not too many commenters, in the hopes that you would let me know if you got this email.
I hadn’t thought to because I assumed as I said in the opening that you were intending to use that feature. Sachin, I’m afraid that’s one I have no experience with. But beyond that, I had found many more possible solutions. I did find it very curious that a dynamic port is generated. The trick is in knowing where to look. About that blog entry of Ben’s that I pointed you to, Sachin, I meant to add that the useful suggestions to consider are especially those in the comments, where other people mention getting the same error in CF6.
I set mdbc ports to and it fixed it. That surely works, but most regard an ODBC connection as less performant, and involving more communications overhead per transaction.