Does your SQL allow remote connections? Experts are available to resolve your Sage issue to ensure minimal downtime and continue running your business. Ran the setup.exe Once installed, viewed Database Setup and ensured / edited all databases to use the created datasource connection. Cancel Efekpokpor Oke 5 Dec 2013 6:53 AM In reply to Ettienne Schwagele: I've done that Cancel Ettienne Schwagele 5 Dec 2013 6:54 AM In reply to Efekpokpor Oke: Which SQL navigate here
While trying to create company I am getting this error "Unable to connect to the database (error=99)" Configuration: OS: Windows 8, 64 bit Database: MS SQL 2012 Please help me solve Cancel Jay Converse Arxis 8 Feb 2014 8:48 AM In reply to Jay Converse Arxis: If your database is in a non-default instance, then you might need to manually create the Cancel 866-996-7243 (SAGE) google facebook youtube linkedin twitter instagram sage city © 2016 The Sage Group plc, its licensors or its affiliated companies. In my case the issue was Security in the shareddata folder. look at this site
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While trying to create company I am getting this error "Unable to connect to the database (error=99)" Configuration: OS: Windows 8, 64 bit Database: MS SQL 2012 Please help me solve You are not logged in. [Log In] PlusCommunity.com - Where the ACCPACģ community meets! Seamless upgrade from 6.0! Close this window and log in.
Add Stickiness To Your Site By Linking To This Professionally Managed Technical Forum.Just copy and paste the BBCode HTML Markdown MediaWiki reStructuredText code below into your site. ACCPAC Solutions Forum This is a standalone system. ¬†While trying to create company I am getting this error "Unable to connect to the database (error=99)"¬† Configuration: OS: Windows 8, 64 bit Database: MS SQL Jay Converse replied Jul 2, 2014 Make sure the SQL account you're using has DBO rights, and that you've already created the databases. Please try the request again.
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Sage 300 is the most comprehensive financial suite by Sage for mid-sized and smaller businesses. http://www.pluscommunity.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=41021 New visitors, please click here! RE: Data base setup tuba2007 (Programmer) 29 Sep 10 05:35 I guess not.It's a 32-bit app. Top This thread has been closed due to inactivity.
Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More... check over here Cancel lynnconley 21 Feb 2014 11:06 PM In reply to Jay Converse Arxis: I am having the same problem as Syad - same scenerio Cancel Jay Converse Arxis 21 Feb 2014 If you are using a 64-bit Windows system, the default ODBC Data Source Administrator (available from the Administrative Tools menu) lets you configure only 64-bit data sources. Mary 0 0 02/06/14--05:37: Forum Post: RE: G/L consolidation module Contact us about this article It is available for all 3 editions, or at least it was. 0 0 02/06/14--09:24: Forum
By default it took "C:\Program Files (x86)\Sage\Sage 300 ERP". This is a standalone system. Anyone get a solution to this yet ? his comment is here Source: Sage Community forums.
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PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused Welcome to the PlusCommunity forums! I refuse to use Windows 8, maybe you need to turn off UAC, or you didn't install Accpac in it's own folder, i.e., not the default Program Files folder. PlusCommunity is a gathering place for companies running Simply Accounting, ACCPAC Plus, Sage Accpac ERP (ACCPAC Advantage/ACCPAC for Windows), and Adagio Accounting. weblink I can see the database from ODBC and I can create DSN also.
I will post the results soon. 0 0 02/05/14--13:49: Forum Post: RE: Querying the 'Deposit Date' field Contact us about this article Thank you kindly Ettienne. Cancel Jay Converse Arxis 22 Feb 2014 12:31 PM In reply to Ettienne Schwagele: Really? Here is what I did, In case it is useful for someone else. Thanks. 0 0 02/08/14--05:20: Forum Post: RE: Unable to connect to the database (error=99) Contact us about this article Did you create the company in MSSQL first? ¬†Does your SQL allow
Guaranteed resolution of your issue, or you pay nothing! When I installed I let Sage create the folder. Cancel Jay Converse Arxis 8 Feb 2014 8:28 AM In reply to Syad: Run DBSPY during database setup, see what errors come up.