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Schema holder update fails after an ODBC mismatch warning.

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TitleSchema holder update fails after an ODBC mismatch warning.
URL NameSchema-holder-update-fails-after-an-ODBC-mismatch-warning
Article Number000129851
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.7
OS: Windows 2012 R2
Other: DataServer for MS-SQL Server.
Question/Problem Description
Schema holder update fails after an ODBC mismatch warning.

The failure is due to errors (91) and (565).
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
A new field has been added to the MS-SQL database.
Error MessageThe schema holder was not created with the odbc driver you have connected with.
You may experience problems with this connection.

Schema Holder: p2sqls27.dll
Current driver: SQLSRV32.DLL

Please consider recreating your schema holder using the current ODBC driver.

** No <file-name> record is available. (91)
** FIND FIRST/LAST failed for table _Field . (565)
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
Unknown a the time of this writing.
Resolution
Recreated the schema holder.
Workaround
Notes
Last Modified Date3/5/2018 4:14 AM
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