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([ODBC SQL Server driver]Allocation of a Sybase Open Client Context failed)Ex : Here is a connection to a DSN putenv("SYBASE=c:\sybase");$conn = odbc_connect("DSN1","USER","PASSWORD");echo "conn: $conn";if ($conn If you have switched to a new Version of PHP (from 4.1 to 4.3) and at the same time have upgraded your Apache server (from 1.x to 2.x) and suddenly get the error:"[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified, SQL state IM002 in SQLConnect"It may be because you have your ODBC connections listed (Control Panel | ODBC) as User DSN rather than System DSN.

They need to be System DSN in order for the PHP in the Apache service to access to them.

(Bear in mind I'm a trainee ;)) I figured an easier way to do this IF YOU'RE USING SSRS.

having an (~/ini)[Postgre SQL]Description = Postgre SQL template1Driver = Postgre SQLTrace = Yes Trace File = /tmp/Database = Perf Test Servername = localhost User Name = boss Password = Big Boss Port = 5432Protocol = 6.4Read Only = Yes Conn Settings =[Default]Driver = /local/lib/libodbc.so2.

specifying a DSN function DBCALL($SQL){ $U = "boss";$DB = "Perf Test";$P = "Big Boss";$Srv = "llocalhost";$DSN = "Driver=Postgre SQL; Server=$Srv; Database=$DB"; echo "Trying to connect to $DSN\n"; if ($CID = odbc_connect ("$DSN","$U","$P", SQL_CUR_USE_ODBC)){ echo "still trying CID = $CID\n"; if ($RES = odbc_exec($CID, $SQL)) { echo "RES = $RES\n"; print_r($RES); echo "\n"; $NR = odbc_num_rows($RES); Connecting with SQL in a ODBC source2 ways, one is if your SQL server is runign in your machine$ser="LOCALMACHINE"; #the name of the SQL Server$db="mydatabase"; #the name of the database$user="myusername"; #a valid username$pass="my pass"; #a password for the username# one line$conn=odbc_connect("Driver=; Server=".$ser."; Database=".$db,$user,$pass);# one linethe second way is if the SQL Server is runing in other machine but in the same network$ser="LOCALMACHINE"; #the name of the SQL Server$db="mydatabase"; #the name of the database$user="myusername"; #a valid username$pass="my pass"; #a password for the username#one line$conn=odbc_connect("DRIVER=SQL Server; SERVER=".$ser."; UID=".$user."; PWD=".$pass."; DATABASE=".$db."; Address=".$ser.",1433","","");#one line If you have problem to connect to sybase with an ODBC driver, try to set up your SYBASE environment variable to the correct directory.

I've been trying to connect to an Access database on a W2K on the network (not a local file, but mapped on the V: drive), via ODBC.

All I got is this message: Warning: SQL error: [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] '(unknown)' is not a valid path.

- After that you can connect using:$conn = odbc_connect('your-dsn-name','',''); hope that makes someone happy :)bye A VERY IMPORTANT NOTE OF CAUTION FOR WINDOWS USERS DEVELOPING ON NON-NETWORKED SYSTEMSIf like me you are developing on a stand-alone system (Windows XP professional running IIS).

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