Bde Error Could Not Find Object
Quote> Check this registry key > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Borland\Database Engine\Settings\DRIVERS\ > to see if the database drivers listed there contains any duplicates. > If there > are duplicates remove them. > If this Use regedit to locate this registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Borland\Database Engine\Settings\DRIVERS\ Look for double entries of driver names. Saves a lot of detailed manipulation to get them running, but, of course, does not help with clients. Delphi Developer Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT Re:A Solution to 8712 - could not find object It appears there are many solutions to the "8712 error - Could not find http://sovidi.com/bde-error/bde-error-8712-could-not-find-object.php
I had the same error as above, but still could not get bdeadmin.exe to work. The decision that helped was to move the configuration file out of Program Filers (x86) to any other directory except system ones. Couldn't find object BDE Error 3712 8. 'No object found' error 9. Everything is fine until my application goes to read the Paradox table and it crashes with message, "Unknown database alias." We've checked everything (permission, database alias, paths to files, etc.) and
Or maybe take one from another machine on the network and adjust your machine specific settings e.g. I have a software package with 390 users and when Windows 7 arrived I had the issues outlined above. Reply Njiraini January 15, 2013 at 6:47 am Thanks a lot for the BDE support on 64bit computers Reply Istvan Balogh January 15, 2013 at 11:14 am Thank you very much! BDE error 8712 - Object not found 7. 8712 : $2208 : Could not find object. 8.
Try reinstalling the BDE. BDE Error 8712 - Object not found 6. Send a message to Subject Comments: 2008-02-28, 12:44:17 anonymous from United States I am having this same problem. But not a religion.
Abstract: New Unicode field types in MS SQL 7 - incompatable with BDE. This query was linked to another datasource. For example, here we will choose "BDEShare". (The name doesn't matter. The version that I have only installs on the 32bit OS Reply Ralf Quint April 18, 2013 at 1:41 am Well, I tried to check on the permissions as shown in
I guess it's a > registry problem but I don't know where to start. > Also, any tips on setting up ODBC to access Interbase 4 on a > Linux server After much trial and error, I finally changed the field names to all upper case and the thing finally worked. --== Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ ==-- ---Share what you know. Whilst doing this I seem to have messed up the BDE installation. Is possible to set up and configure on windows7?
But, when I try to run the BDEADMIN.EXE, I get:'Exception EDBEngine in module BDEADMIN.EXE at 00054F92. It seems that my BDE isn´t working because it doesn´t see or recognise the IDAPI32 file in the BDE folder. Please provide a valid email address if you select this option, or post under a registered account. Show city and country Show country only Hide my location You can We could run fine in XP but not in Windows 7 and your fixes made it work for us.
Now observe the data that fills on the right half of the dialog. BDE 5.01, SQL server7.0. weird bug :P 2013-10-16, 08:18:11 zhalo05 from Colombia You can solve the problem by setting permission to the folder where is installed the bde C:\Program Files\Common Files\Borland Shared\BDE Assign all The default setting for the placement of this file is in the root of drive C, which will fail under Windows Windows7, as this operating system does not permit new files
In typing the SQL parameter string I was cavalier about typing field names in the Where clause using upper and lower case letters. Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Community Links Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Whilst doing this I seem to have messed up the > BDE installation. Could not find stored procedure 'sp_MSinitdynamicsubscriber'. 3 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report Enterprise Blog Contact Menu willneumann.net Will's Random Thoughts on Exchange, AD,
You will need to edit the entry for "NET DIR". ANSWER: MS SQL Server 7 introduces new field types called NVARCHAR, NCHAR and NTEXT. try to run regedit on your dos command, click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, click software, then you will find Borland , database engine, if you delete this item: Database engine, reinstall will be successful.However
Whilst doing this I seem to have messed up the > BDE installation.
Reply cartier gold rose watches January 13, 2015 at 6:59 am Jim, if it's any comfort to you, the poster "Skeptical" with whom you are here engaged in exasperated intercourse bears I got over the error message og initializing the BDE. The BDE (Borland Database Engine) stores machine-specific settings there (not user-specific). First, configure the permission for the BDE in the registry… Make sure you are logged into your Windows7 machine with an administrator account.
Latest Comments View AllAdd NewRSSATOM Move mouse over comment to see the full text Reply Posted by Courant Yin-Jiun Tseng on Apr 10 2000MS SQL Server 7: I use BCB 5.0 Thanks, 😎 Reply Peter Edwards September 22, 2013 at 12:34 pm Try Installing the BDE for any user I found the same issue where having installed the BDE, all things appear Every other time I run it, it chokes the very first time I try to touch t_foo (not including the check for its existence, which comes back positive) the procedure exits Please note there are no ODBC drivers which have been certified by Borland which support MSSQL Server 7, only up to MSSQL Server 6.5 (see the Readme.txt file).