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Connecting to MSSQL Server from Powerbuilder

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I am trying to deploy the application on the client's
machine. I did the following.

a) Installed client software on client machine.
b) the .INI file is correct (with database settings)
c) Database profile and ODBC profile has been created.

The system is giving the following error when the .exe was run

MS Sql Server 6.0 DBMS installation is not supported on this
machine
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aliciaam earned 100 total points
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Did you install the SQL client on the client's computer. Is there any *.dll your application is looking for?
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by:pooku
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I found the solution. I got the necessary information from powersoft site (Connecting Microsoft SQL Server from powerbuilder - the topic I have searched.)

Regards.
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