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Application Cannot Connect

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Dave -310292
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I have SQL2000 installed on a server for test purposes. When I use any application on that server I can connec to the databases fine. If I go to another machine, I can create an ODBC datasource fine, but when I try and log in with the same application I get the following error.



Does anyone have some trouble shooting steps for me?



ODBC Error







Database Error encountered:



Native Error: 15247 (0x00003b8f)



SQL State: [37000]



SQL Error: [[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]User



does not have permission to perform this action.]



SQL[sp_grantdbaccess ce1219,ce1219]



Source file [.\odbd.cpp]



line number: 7947



Function Call: [::SQLExecDirector(m_hStatement, (unsigned char



*)szSQL, SQL_NTS)]



Software Build: [7.1.0.540]
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Well does the user has access to the database. The error message states very clearly that the user does not have permission to perform this action.



Just check the permissions for the user you are using to connect to the sever and the database.
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I believe that it does, but when I try to check the permissions of the role the user is assigned to Enterprise manager hangs and never comes back with the information. I am thinking I have some possible corruption
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