We have a Jade application that extracts statistics form a Jade database and inserts/updates them into a SQL 2005 database. The Jade application was running on a separate server from the database server. The application uses an ODBC connection to the database server. The database server has since been replaced and updated from Windows 2003 32 bit to Windows 2003R2 64 bit. The Jade application is still running 32 bit version. In order to take advantage of the shared memory that Jade uses all of the applications such as this SQL extract are being moved to the new server. The application that extracts the data is exactly the same as then one running on the old 32 bit server, uses the same ODBC connection settings etc. In the Jade log the same information is being produced. For example the following snippet for the log shows that updates have occurred.
26/08/2010 15:56:46.752 : BGP_ControllerApp/Process/187.628:
EDB - Committed transaction. 0 creates, 72 updates, 0 deletes. 72 changes in 0 seconds.
However no data is being received on the SQL server. The DBA run profiler on the SQL server but saw no data coming from the database server but when the application was switched back to the old server data was present in profiler.
It seems to me that the issue is with the ODBC connector.
How would I go about troubleshooting the connection to see if in fact this is the cause of the problem.