Reply Richard Wheeler Works For Revered Business Solutions, Inc. Anybody can give any idea? For the steps below, assume the final query you want to use looks something like the code below. To my surprise (and joy, of course), Physical Name of all tables started with *MX*. 6.
The reason I ask, is because an incorrect syntax near ',' istypically a syntax error in a query.If this is a SLB smartlist then and if it is based on some incorect Syntax Near ',' (clicks ok)ODBC Error: 37000 (clicks ok)Then is able to proceed to work with no problemsI think it has something to do with a Smartlist Reminder or Shortcut Any further suggestions? Notify me of new posts via email.
What I think was happening was on login, it tries to load the Reminders, My Reports, and Quicklinks to the home page and she ended up having some reminders that I This linked server happens to be connecting to DB2 so I also explicitly converted the data to sql server data types in the view thinking it was a type conversion issue. Ian. The image crashed and you restored it and now it only has a C drive.
and then it displays the smartlist results. Join UsClose DUG Site Search User Site Search User Dynamics GP User Forum ODBC and SQL Errors Home Blogs Forums Files Members Mentions Tags More Cancel New Thread information State Not Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail.
Note: I have updated the sample code above to include the "GRANT SELECT" permissions to "DYNGRP" on the view. Remove all reminder and task from the user having such error. I've used your suggestions to create a linked server query for Excel Report Builder and I get data. https://community.dynamics.com/gp/f/32/t/102744 ODBC Error: 37000 It is very inconsistent and will work and then next time will not.
Sure it will work. This ensures consistent query semantics. Almas Reply Amit Thakkar My Badges Suggested Answer Amit Thakkar responded on 3 Jul 2015 12:58 AM While creating smart list using View Error in Smart list Builder GPS Reply adeel ahmad Works For Ravi Automobile Pvt.
Aaron Berquist Skip to Content ↓ About Me Using SmartList Builder With A Linked Server - It Can Be Done! Reply Ian Stewart Works For Intelligent Partnerships in Europe Blog My Badges Ian Stewart responded on 29 Apr 2009 1:53 AM Thanks for that K Day. This is very userspecific.I'll post when I figure it out.ThanksKevinPost by Mariano GomezIf you've narrowed down this to a SmartList error, then the next questionwould be, is this a standard SmartList So while the views they are created with might not beperfect, nobody else gets this message.Everyone is on the same versions (GP 10 btw) and builds.
Search Recent Posts Creating Custom Desktop Alerts In Dynamics GP Populate Rounding Account On Multicurrency Payables Transactions Created Via eConnect Use Dynamic SQL To Generate a Dynamics GP Login Macro Using Mariano Gomez 2009-04-28 17:23:03 UTC PermalinkRaw Message If you've narrowed down this to a SmartList error, then the next questionwould be, is this a standard SmartList or is it a SmartList Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. Information at these sites may change without notice and azurecurve is not responsible for the content at any third-party Web sites and does not guarantee the accuracy of third-party information.
I didn't try to drop the smartlist neither try to recreate it yet. incorect Syntax Near ',' (clicks ok) ODBC Error: 37000 (clicks ok) Then is able to proceed to work with no problems I think it has something to do with a Smartlist Yes, the field definitions are the same - my generic view is looking at a historical version of the same database as is on the linked server. adeel Tags: ODBC Error: 37000 NOLOCK due to data movement GPS Error: 58 Reply All Responses (6) Richard Wheeler Works For Revered Business Solutions, Inc.
http://www.aaronberquist.com/2011/07/using-smartlist-builder-with-a-linked-server-it-can-be-done/ Try it and let us know. :) Reply Amit Thakkar My Badges Amit Thakkar responded on 3 Jul 2015 6:32 AM Thanks Almas I have tried above solution of link Reply admin says: 07/06/2011 at 11:13 PM Thanks Andy - let me know how it goes for you guys. When clicking on most of the smarlist, it displays (first) GPS Error: 58, OK, then it displays SQL ERROR: 601 [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10][SQL Server] Could not continue scan with
Website My Badges Question Status Unanswered adeel ahmad asked a question on 6 Jun 2013 11:26 PM Hi, I am using Dynamics GP 2010 with SQL 2008 R2. It's been two years since the last post. So, in the short term, the client can use the SmartList Builder we put together for them and in future when they upgrade the standard SmartList Object will function correctly. It may take a while depending on how big the database is.
I love to hear that someone is actually making use of some of these tips! ODBC error 37000 I'll show a little further into the article that yes, you can work around this, and pretty easily too - it just takes a little sleight-of-hand with your SmartLists. incorect Syntax Near ',' (clicks ok)ODBC Error: 37000 (clicks ok)Then is able to proceed to work with no problemsI think it has something to do with a Smartlist Reminder or Shortcut It's then I decided to check this out and clear it once for all.
While creating smart list getting error Above method Reply Greg Wahl says: 12/17/2015 at 11:04 AM Any update on solution to this problem? Column1 is varchar(5) and Column2 is TINYINT: select Column1, Column2 from LINKEDSERVER.SAMPLEDB.dbo.SAMPLETABLE Here are the steps you need to follow: Create a SQL view with the columns and field lengths that Talk With Other Members Be Notified Of ResponsesTo Your Posts Keyword Search One-Click Access To YourFavorite Forums Automated SignaturesOn Your Posts Best Of All, It's Free! However I have drill down the issue and come to this conclusion that the day the system has been crashed, the DB files got corrupted, fortunately I have backup of all
I then launched GP and opened Tables Resource Description (Microsoft Dynamics GP -> Tools -> Resource Descriptions -> Tables). 5. I have granted"SELECT" access privelege on View to the DYNSA user and did all that is required SQL Table security within the GP Application as well. I had her delete them and she said she hasn't seen the error again. The client who reported the error was on Dynamics GP 2010 R2, and Dynamics GP 2013 R2 does not exhibit the same problem so it looks like Microsoft found and fixed
Furthermore, recently our GP Server got crashed and I have restored it through an image, but while restoring via image, the .mdf and .ldf files are on C drive (before it The author shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use of, or inability to use, information or opinions expressed in this site LikeLike Reply Pingback: Error When Granting User Access to a New Company | Dynamics GP Insights Pingback: Error When Granting User Access to a New Company | Interesting Findings & Knowledge It says it did not find the stored procedure *mxCallRevokeUserAudit*. 2.
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