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  1. #1
    Marcos Guest

    Problems with FoxPro Drivers


    I keep having these problems with Fox Pro Drivers and DTS packages. If anyone
    can help, it would be much appreciated.

    I am using Visual Fox Pro 6, with Microsoft Data Access 2.5(MDAC). The driver
    for VFP = 6.01.8629.01.

    The problem occurs when I try to open or edit a DTS in SQL Server, the driver
    appears to be corrupt. I get the following message:

    Error Source: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers

    Error Description: Unspecified Error
    Microsoft[ODBC Visual Fox Pro Driver} Cannot open file c:\temp\5ui4000c.tmp

    And then I can't view, edit or even run any of my DTS packages. If anyone
    has any ideas, I would be much appreciative.

    Marcos

  2. #2
    Vince Teachout Guest

    Re: Problems with FoxPro Drivers

    On 29 Aug 2002 09:56:00 -0700, "Marcos" <marcos.romero@chase.com> wrote:

    >I keep having these problems with Fox Pro Drivers and DTS packages. If anyone
    >can help, it would be much appreciated.
    >
    >I am using Visual Fox Pro 6, with Microsoft Data Access 2.5(MDAC). The driver
    >for VFP = 6.01.8629.01.
    >
    >The problem occurs when I try to open or edit a DTS in SQL Server, the driver
    >appears to be corrupt. I get the following message:
    >
    >Error Source: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers
    >
    >Error Description: Unspecified Error
    >Microsoft[ODBC Visual Fox Pro Driver} Cannot open file c:\temp\5ui4000c.tmp
    >
    >And then I can't view, edit or even run any of my DTS packages. If anyone
    >has any ideas, I would be much appreciative.


    This is probably completely useless advice, since I don't know much about SQL,
    and nothing about MDAC. But based on similar messages with other products in
    the past, I'd first check to be sure you had a c:\temp directory, and next to be
    sure you had full rights to it. You've probably already done that, so just
    mentioning that on the off chance.

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  3. #3
    Garrett Fitzgerald Guest

    Re: Problems with FoxPro Drivers

    Vince Teachout <SendJunkMailTo@hotmail.com> wrote in
    news:79l0nu0tuhbu31gl7en30rn3tp3qb5uvqe@4ax.com:
    > But based on similar messages with other products in
    > the past, I'd first check to be sure you had a c:\temp directory, and
    > next to be sure you had full rights to it. You've probably already
    > done that, so just mentioning that on the off chance.


    And check the attributes, to make sure the System flag isn't set.

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