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tcAccess

We are experimenting with a product called tcAccess to get to our mainframe data.
In CF admin, when I press the "verify" link in ODBC data sources, it returns
"The connection to the data source was verified successfully."
So all is well it would seem.
However, in my program, when I try to SELECT from that datasource, I get the following:
unknown exception condition

PCodeRuntimeContextImp::executeSQLTagCFQuery::endTag

The error occurred while processing an element with a general identifier of (CFQUERY), occupying document position (18:2) to (18:44) in the template file D:\InetPub\wwwroot\Intranet\lowesfoods\tcorder_conf.cfm.

I've stripped out EVERYTHING except the cfquery, so there's no session variables.

Here's the entire page:
<html><body>
<cfquery name="OC" datasource="tcMHKYCICS">
SELECT * FROM ADMIN.TCACCESS_MDI_OC_REPORTING_CONF
</cfquery>
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anandkpCommented:
if thats the entire page - i wonder why the error is on line 18

cld u see around this line no - or post the code - so we cld look at it & try & help out ...
also check u may have other includes in this template or application.cfm ... try & check on those as well
make sure there are no syntatical errors wrt the "quotes"

try
<cfquery name="OC" datasource="tcMHKYCICS">
SELECT * FROM TCACCESS_MDI_OC_REPORTING_CONF
</cfquery>
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mrichmonCommented:
That can't be the entire page because you are missing a closing html and body.

Try as anand said of removing the admin. from the table name

Also post the whole page....
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psennAuthor Commented:
I admit that I was sloppy on my cut & paste of the error page.
That was from the original page before I started stripping everything out to simplify the problem.  
The real line number is line 2
The error occurred while processing an element with a general identifier of (CFQUERY), occupying document position (2:1) to (2:43) in the template file D:\InetPub\wwwroot\Intranet\lowesfoods\tcOrder_conf.cfm.

You don't need closing html and body tags, so the whole page really is:
<html><body>
<cfquery name="OC" datasource="tcMHKYCICS">
SELECT * FROM ADMIN.TCACCESS_MDI_OC_REPORTING_CONF
</cfquery>

But just to make sure everything was checked, I did add </body> and </html>.

There is an application.cfm, but it only contains comments.
There is a site_error.cfm that is quite large however.

I think the problem is on the mainframe side, but it's hard to say for sure.
I tried taking out the ADMIN. part per anandkp's suggestion, and it gave a different error message.
tcACCESS][ODBC Driver] 00000000209A5839 Host tcACCESS SQL error No authorization for: 'SQL_TCACCESS_MDI_OC_REPORTING_CONF' s

I think I'm going to have to ask my mainframe guy to call tcAccess technical support.
I'll let you know how that goes....
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Renante EnteraSenior PHP DeveloperCommented:
Hello psenn!

Regarding the error "PCodeRuntimeContextImp::executeSQLTagCFQuery::endTag".

You can view the site http://www.macromedia.com/support/coldfusion/ts/documents/tn18017.htm for some information and guide on how to avoid this unknown exception error.

In addition to that, better double-check your database permission also.


Goodluck!
eNTRANCE2002 :-)
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anandkpCommented:
is the installation of CF Server all fine ...
can u just test a sample query & see if that works ...
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psennAuthor Commented:
It looks like it was a tcAccess driver problem.
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