AcuODBC User's Guide
7.1 Overview of Errors
When using the AcuODBC® interface to connect ODBC-enabled applications to Vision data, you may encounter an occasional error message. Each error message indicates an error code, the source of the error (e.g., the ODBC Driver Manager), and a solution where appropriate. You may also receive information such as the version of AcuODBC being used and the desktop tool being used.
Each error code that you receive has two numbers. The first number corresponds to a general "SQLSTATE" error. You can find information on SQLSTATE errors in general ODBC manuals, like the ODBC Programmer's Reference. The second number in the error code is more telling. It lists the native error associated with AcuODBC operation.
For example, in the following error code:S1003 102
"S1003" is the SQLSTATE ODBC error number, and "102" is the native Vision error number.
See section 7.2, "Native Vision Errors," for a list of native error messages you may encounter when using AcuODBC, along with a brief description of the error.
The Tracing tab on the AcuODBC Configuration property sheet provides you with options for reviewing AcuODBC activity. Both section 3.5, "Tracing Options," and section 7.4, "AcuODBC Trace Files," have more information on the Tracing tab.
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