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Hi,
I am running broadcast agent on an NT server. When I try to run a report, I get the following error.

(109) connection or sql sentence error (da0005)
[ibm] client access driver (32-bit)(db2/400 sql) communication link failure. COMM RC=0*5-5.
The following providers have not been succesfully refreshed: Query 1 with COM_PROD(DMA0007).

Can any one help me with this.

Thank you,

Shelmina
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Make sure the username and the domain is the same as the one used when installed ODBC on the server. Also in the Data SOuce Names check if the connections are set properly.
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