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Modify Command-Table-SQL not work in x64 Runtime


last week I tried the CRRuntime x64 SP3 for our project.

But I got a error message in

boDatabaseController.SetTableLocation(boCommandTable, boNewCommandTable)

"Failed to load database information."

I set the correct logon information, in 32 bit Runtime it works since 1 year.

I used this document as reference:

My Report has just one Table (CommandTable) which I need to modify before printing.

Long time ago (Before .Net) we used to change teh whole SQL Command of the Report, but this dosn't work since .NET, but we could handle this with a Command Table.

Hope somebody can help. So long I use 32 Bit

Thank you


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    Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 01:23 PM

    You don't mention what database you are using and what connection type(?). You also do not say if this works if you do not try to change the command table. In general when using 64 bit runtime, you need a 64 bit database client and if connecting via ODBC, the ODBC datasource must be 64 bit.

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    • Former Member Ludek Uher

      Hi Ludek,

      my Application is Win. I can connect to the original Database with this Application, there is no problem.

      Don Williams posted yesterday a solution (but this Message is lost...) to use databaseController.ReplaceConnection, but this still not works...


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    Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 11:12 AM


    I am sure that I have same Problem as Peter Urban, so I will follow his thread.

    I hope it is fast solved.



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