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Query iView Does Not Display Sql Server Tables

I have a system connected to a SQL Server (2000 Enterprise) and the Connection Tests works properly.

When I start to create a Query iView, I get to the point where I must select a JDBC system and select tables from it. When I select the tree node of my system, it displays "Loading ..." and then this disappears and nothing is displayed for this system.

Funny thing, I can create a Stored Procedure iview for this system, and it displays the available stored procedures.

Any ideas of the problem?

Daniel

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2004 at 07:56 PM

    We are having the same problem. Any help to this would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Tony

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  • Posted on Nov 10, 2004 at 02:16 PM

    Daniel,

    Any luck in tracking down the issue. I saw some notes in this forum about upgrading to SP9 but I'm hesitant because there appears to be some issues with doing that.

    T

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    • Hi Antony,

      Upgrading from SP7 to SP9 fixed a lot of problems for me! It's worth trying.

      Problems solved for me:

      Page requests take about 2 minutes to display page (now within a few seconds)

      KM SQL logging (30-50Mb per minute) problem fixed.

      There are some problems upgrading to SP9, but searching this forum will help you in finding some solutions for this 😉

      Regards,

      Noel

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2004 at 10:13 AM

    Hi

    I am trying to do some Unification related demo.I am getting same problem.The portal i am using is EP6SP9(SP Stack09).Could any body help me out regarding this problem?

    Thanks&Regards

    Sriram

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