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BATCH MODE PROBLEM 4 years 10 months ago #2198

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My definition file have a db access connection with password, on normal use with the software the connection it's ok and the definition works, on batch mode the same definition say "invalid password".
The password is saved and encrypted in the definition file.

What am i suppose to do?
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Re:BATCH MODE PROBLEM 4 years 10 months ago #2199

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Hi Antonio,

I’ve made a test with the current FlowHeater Version (2.2.3) and an Access 2007 (accdb) database and its works fine here!

For more help I need some more information:
  1. What FlowHeater version do you use?
  2. What kind and version of Access Database do you use? MDB or ACCDB
  3. 32/64 Windows?
  4. Do you use the OleDB Adapter or the AccessAdapter to connect to your Access Database? Both are possible!
  5. On which side stays the Access Adapter, READ, WRITE or both?

Note: Please be sure that your paths to the Access database are the same. Try do use absolute paths instead of relative paths in the FlowHeater Definition! Maybe this is the reason and in Batch Mode there’s a different Access database without or a different password?
Best wishes
Robert Stark

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