Odbc Error 229
SELECT Permission Denied On Object 'database Object', Database 'databasename', Owner 'dbo'. I have created the following code to the Form_Close event but think this event is not picked up before the error. Do I require special permissions on the sql db I am using to be able to create temp tables? One is high volume user, one is a backup only, and one is a director using it to supervise other's work. http://brecnc.org/odbc-error/odbc-error-merant-odbc-sqlbase-driver.html
Characters Remaining: 255 Blackbaud Community Connect and collaborate with fellow Blackbaud users. Users cannot close the form easily or if they click on a record this error keeps persisting and its very hard to come out of the error. Many thanks in advance.. RE: SELECT Permission Denied on object 'tablename'...#229 jrbarnett (Programmer) 28 Nov 09 09:52 Your comment implies that you use different passwords on different workstations ("another workstation that has the same SQL
Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! OlvarView Member Profile Oct 1 2007, 11:36 AM Post#4Posts: 271Joined: 16-September 05From: Greeley, COJust an Interim FYI. The thing was working properly for the last couple of years. Why is that?
Stryk 0 2009-8-18 6:22 PM In reply to Erik P. All with the same schema. Only syslogin grants him access. Intergration Windows Authentication (ticked).- SQL Server Mngt, Secuirty / Logins / NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE lists the db in question with dbo as the Default Schema & public ticket as the db
using VS.net 2005. I had trial and error, removing 1 table at a time until i hit the one which is causing it. Feedback Please tell us how we can make this article more useful. line mean?
Please Wait... All the settings appear to be normal (dbo public access). Thanks, Jessica Hamilton View 10 Replies View Related EXECUTE Permission Denied On Object 'Test', Database 'DI', Owner 'dbo' Jun 8, 2005 hi,Iuse DataGrid in name UserTable.I use this code:SqlCon.Open()UserTable.DataSource = SqlCom.ExecuteReader(System.Data.CommandBehavior.CloseConnection)UserTable.DataBind()and I assume there is no error handling link between SQL and ACCESS At the moment my access form is linked directly to a SQL table.
Apr 15, 2008 hay there...i'm developing a website using visual studio 2005, when i run it from VS it works fine and it can access the DB.but when i make an http://brecnc.org/odbc-error/odbc-error-523-80.html I've checked the logs, and it's showing the connection as being trusted, and I've already added the execute permission for the stored procedure in question, but I'm not getting anywhere. OlvarView Member Profile Oct 1 2007, 09:21 AM Post#3Posts: 271Joined: 16-September 05From: Greeley, COIt is running on SQL Server 2000, with Service Pack 4 on it. Oct 30, 2006 I am using VB 2005 express edition with sql express 2005.
I want to know." (Carl Sagan)0 kriki Member, Moderator Posts: 8,016 2012-10-22 Instead of using Enhanced security model and then synchronizing the users, it is easier (and better to use the Thanks, Alla View 7 Replies Similar Messages: Sp_droplogin Gives Error SELECT Permission Denied On Object 'sysjobs', Database 'msdb', Owner 'dbo'. using my connection string in web.config - have experimented with different strings with/without trusted_connection and the sa uname and pwd.(Current connection string is"server=localhost;Integrated Security=SSPI;Database=master;Data Source=MYCOMPUTERNAME;trusted_Connection=yes"I'm NOT using SQL Server so what http://brecnc.org/odbc-error/odbc-error-oracle-odbc-numeric-value-out-of-range.html Unanswered Categories 62.5K All Categories73 General 73 Announcements 57.1K Microsoft Dynamics NAV 11.3K NAV Three Tier 37.1K NAV/Navision Classic Client 3.6K Navision Attain 2.2K Navision Financials 107 Navision DOS 828 Navision
PLEASE HELP........... The stored procedure does not exist in the database, but in the directory I run the report from. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate?
I gave rights to the databases themselves instead of just to SQL and the error changed (Ah-ha...progress, but why!?!?) View 3 Replies View Related SELECT Permission Denied On Object Mar 26,
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Sign In with Mibuso Sign In Register Categories Recent Discussions Activity Best Of... We have an Access frontend, SQL backend database that has been running for 2 years. Let me know if you have a better solution 0 LVL 48 Overall: Level 48 MS Access 47 MS SQL Server 8 Message Active today Accepted Solution by:Gustav Brock2016-04-04 Why
What´s wrong ? We deleted the user and login and re-created the user and login and get the same error. use [Your_NAV_Database] go grant select on [Object] to public go Aaand... check over here IN your case, it looks like you are calling the error handler from within the error handler, which is causing the loop. On Error goto Proc_Error '...
I am pretty sure that there is something very obvious that I am missing to do in SQL, but... Currently we are at 27 users on the database, very rarely are they all logged in concurrently. My proposed solution to prevent SQL errors from affecting Access User experience is to. EXECUTE Permission Denied On Object 'x', Database 'y', Owner 'z'.
TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio ------------------------------ Failed to retrieve data for this request. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Sdk.Sfc) For help, click: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink?ProdName=Microsoft+SQL+Server&LinkId=20476 ------------------------------ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: SELECT permission denied on object 'PhoneBook', database 'Northwind', owner 'dbo'.Error occurs at - reader = cmd.ExecuteReader();The stacktrace looks like this -[SqlException: SELECT permission denied on object 'PhoneBook', database In any case, I still wonder why I must grant permissions for this specific table after the restoration? These three users all have the same SQL permissions as other users that are just fine, are using the same Frontend Access MDE file.Anyone have any ideas how to fix this.
Ernst 0 2009-8-18 4:15 PM Hi Kristine, I would love to know what version of both Navison and SQL that you're using.Have a great day, Erik Erik P. I got this first user to work by re-selecting his local DSN instead of one on the network. Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? ODBC error #229 is impacting on user experience.
Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code. Been pulling my hair out for many hours now... Mujeeb. Its the underlying SQL error which is affecting the MS access user experience.