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Crystal Reports Runtime LogOnServer method fails with error "Logon Failed" (5890)

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EnvironmentProduct: Progress
Version: 9.1D, 9.1E
Product: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: Windows
Other: Crystal Reports
Question/Problem Description
Crystal Reports Runtime LogOnServer method fails with error "Logon Failed" (5890)
Crystal LogOnServer method is required to establish an ODBC connection for the report.
Code fails at the LogOnServer method with error "Logon Failed" (5890)
Using the following syntax for the LogOnServer method:
chApplication:LogOnServer ("crdb_odbc.dll", "<ODBC DSN Name>", "", "<Username>", "").
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Using Crystal Reports Viewer Control to display a Crystal report.
Error MessageError occurred while accessing component property/method: LogOnServer.
Logon failed.
Error code: 0x80020009 USER-INTERFACE-TRIGGER <Path>. (5890)
Login failed.
Details: HY000:[DataDirect-Technologies][ODBC PROGRESS Driver]Insufficient information to connect to the datasource.
Error 'Insufficient information to connect to the datasource' can be found in the ODBC Trace Log
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
No password is specified for the connection. If the Password parameter is left blank then no password is sent to the database. It is not possible to connect via Crystal without specifying a password even when the ODBC 'Test Connect' succeeds without one.
Resolution
Option #1

Set the Password to a space character so that it is not blank.
Configure the LogOnServer method as follows:
chApplication:LogOnServer ("crdb_odbc.dll", "<ODBC DSN Name>", "", "<Username>", " ").


Option #2

Create a new user in the database and use the Username and Password to establish the connection.

Configure the LogOnServer method as follows:
chApplication:LogOnServer ("crdb_odbc.dll", "<ODBC DSN Name>", "", "<Username>", "<Password>").
Workaround
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Last Modified Date9/13/2015 3:33 PM
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