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Problem with Auto correct load > Ignore null > BODS 4.1 sp2

When using auto correct load with ignore columns with null, i seem to get the following error:

5172 2312 DBS-070401 19-9-2013 9:37:51 ODBC data source <AP02> error message for operation <SQLExecute>: <[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Function sequence error
5172 2312 DBS-070401 19-9-2013 9:37:51 >.

The table im writing too is in a SQL Server 2008 datastore (the database is SQL 2008 r2). When i turn of ignore columns with null the error does not appear.

Another way i found to prevent this flow from giving this error was to make an ODBC system DNS using SQL Server Native Client 10.0 and the making a new datastore pointing to my target database (the SQL 2008 r2 database) but this time switching database type from sql 2008 to ODBC and using my newly created ODBC system DNS.

When i test this problem again using ODBC the error is gone and i can use ignore columns with null with my auto correct load. So it seems like BODS somehow uses its own ODBC to connect when i use SQL 2008 as database version.

Does anybody know if i can forge BODS to use a specific ODBC driver? Or does anybody else experience this same problem using SQL 2008, BODS 4.1 SP2 and auto correct loads with ignore columns with null.

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2013 at 11:34 AM

    Additional information: This also happens for SQL Server 2012 as a target table.

    A work-around is to turn on the overflow file.

    But this is definitely a bug in BODS 4.1 SP2.

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