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DI API 6.5 and SBO2004: error 100000008 when connecting to db

I am using DI API 6.5 against SBO 2004. In my own environment, the application runs smoothly, but in the customer's environment, DI API gives the error message "100000008" when trying to connect to the company database.

There is one significant difference between these environments: in the customer's environment, the user in question does not have SDK/Add-on licensed mapped to the username. This seems a logical explanation to the problem. But is there some documentation from which I could check out what this error message is all about ?

Best regards,

Henry

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2004 at 08:54 PM

    I tried to reproduce the problem in my own environment by using such a userid that has no SDK or DI API licenses allocated to it. Regardless of this, the application ran smoothly. So it seems that this is not a license problem but something else. Sadly the DI API is in this case only giving an errorcode, not any textual desciption.

    Henry

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      We are not aware of such a bug in any version.

      However, you should notice that in new installations you can work for 30 days without having a license file (so all your add-ons will run with no error). If you upgrade you need a license file (for upgrade) and for running...

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