Have you tried to find an OLEDB driver for DB2?
Check out [url]www.connectionstrings.com[/url]. OLEDB is the
recommended MS conneciton method. I bellieve ODBC is going
to go away in the not too distant future. Try the OLEDB
provider and see if you still get the errors.
FWIW Crystal Decisions tech support recommends ODBC
drivers, but we have always used the OLEDB drivers with
our SQL server.
installed and a>-----Original Message-----
>I read several MS KB articles but none of then helped.
>I have a NT4/IIS4 with an ASP application, Crystal 8After a modification>DSN/ODBC poiting to a DB2 database. The database is OK.stops working.>in the configuration of a ODBC Setting, the related DSNrelated to modified>Crystal 8 have a hotfix and a new DLL to solve problemsproblem (see>registry settings but both solutions have not solved my/c2007581.asp and>[url]http://support.crystaldecisions.com/library/kbase/articles[/url]dates/p2sodbc8.zip>[url]http://support.crystaldecisions.com/communityCS/FilesAndUp[/url]instalation , suffer>..asp )
>Apparently, all DSN Created/Modified after Crystal 8local group, but>from problems related to registry permissions.
>I´ve tried to put the IUSR_MACHINE in the Administratorsand the entire>did not solve my problem.
>When a specific ASP page runs, it sows the ASP 0115 errorservice restart,>INETINFO services, goes down. After a INETINFO/IIS Admin>the other pages back to normal state.
>Other Event Vier Errors:
>Event ID 3 - IISLOG (severals per second)
>Event ID 29 - W3SVC - 0x80080005
>Event ID 37 - W3SVC - root/asp name application
>None doented on crystaldecisions
>Event ID 33000 - Seagate_WebCompServer
>Event ID 34405 - Seagate_WebCompServer - 3300001
>Event ID 34405 - Seagate_WebCompServer - 352071