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Microsoft Access & ODBC

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Hi,

We have a client who has created a database to extract data from his accounts Program (Sage Accounts 2013)

The Access program written, has been working fine for the past 3 and 4 versions of Sage Accounts, and all we are doing is accessing a table to produce a report in the access program.

We have an ODBC entry that references the set of accounts data, but the following error occurs

ODBC - Call failed
Specified driver could not be loaded due to system error 8: Not enough storage is available to process this command (Sage Line 50 v19, c:\windows\system32\S19ODBC32.dll) (#160)

Further more, the following has been done

1. close the access program, go to the table and open it, then close the table, access the program and it works! strange
2. create a new access database, with the 1 table and it works fine
3. the dll file inquestion is a Sage DLL file, and we are waiting to hear back from them, as to what is different between version

I know this is a strange one, but any thoughts and ideas would be very grateful

Thanks
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I think your only way to solve this is to address Sage support as the issue seems to originate from their driver.

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Thanks, i'll revert back to them for assistance.
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You are welcome!

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