You can have multiple connections open at once as long as they either use different db or different credentials.With some ODBC drivers, executing a complex stored procedure may fail with an error similar to: "Cannot open a cursor on a stored procedure that has anything other than a single select statement in it". Also, some drivers don't support the optional row_number parameter in As always Microsoft is clueless...
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Make sure that the path name is spelled correctly and that you are connected to the server on which the file resides., SQL state S1009 in SQLConnect in d:\apache\cm\on line 13So...
I started looking al around and looks like the ODBC driver has some severe problems:1.
It cannot access a Access database via a mapped drive.
And this is for ANY application, name it PHP, Coldfusion, whatever2.
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The connection id returned by this functions is needed by other ODBC functions.
You cannot make a system DSN with a UNC (\Server\resource), so you must map the drive Cute isn't it? I quit on ODBC and went via ADO, this is the code that works:=== CODE ===$db = '\\server\resource\db.mdb';$conn = new COM('ADODB.