ODBC Connection Error

I'm getting the following error and detail when I try to pull data from an ODBC connection.  The table exists, and i can get to it through a different application using the same ODBC connection.  Any ideas?


Error:  (9020)

Details:  DBLMgr: ERROR [42S02] [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid object name 'TB_CORE_GENERAL_PROGRAM'.

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make sure the owner of the table is prefixed.

or check if its not dbo

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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
Hi corduroy9,

1. Whethe u have used the proper authentication for the connection
2: Incorrect object owner. Who owns the existing procedures
3: It is executed in the incorrect database.
check permission also
sp_helprotect null,'TB_CORE_GENERAL_PROGRAM'

and make sure you are uisng an account that has access to this table
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