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eclipse database perspective error

Posted on 2011-09-16
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Hello there,

when i right click on the table and select to view the table i get a error.i have attached a screenshot.please help.

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zolf
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by:Kevin Cross
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zolf,

Since you have asked this here, I am guessing you have confirmed the table does exist in the dbo schema. Therefore, other causes include permissions and invalid connection. You can try disconnecting and reconnecting to the database and see if that refreshed reference to the table. In the process, ensure that the Login has access to that particular table.

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Kevin
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by:zolf
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thanks for your comment.

>>I am guessing you have confirmed the table does exist in the dbo schema.
as you can see in the screenshot i have posted,it is in dbo.

>>In the process, ensure that the Login has access to that particular table.
i can connect to the db from sql management studio.
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by:Kevin Cross
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I can see that Hibernate thinks it is in dbo, but I meant in SSMS if it was actually in there. Did you try disconnecting the data connection in Eclipse and reconnect?
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by:zolf
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>>Did you try disconnecting the data connection in Eclipse and reconnect?
yes i tried,but no luck.please help
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by:zolf
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i have attached screenshot of the table in SSMS
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I cannot seem to duplicate this error at all. Try deleting the database connection and recreating. I just connected to a SQL Server with same version (10.50.1600) using the following:

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 JDBC Driver
JAR: sqljdbc4.jar (defaulted to sqljdbc.jar)
URL: jdbc:sqlserver://{servername}:1433;databaseName={database}
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by:zolf
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thanks a lot.it worked when i deleted and recreated the db.
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