KB#00585-ODBC Driver returns an fserr=19, fserrs=-5 when executing an SQL query
ODBC Driver returns an fserr=19, fserrs=-5 when executing an SQL query
This error may be accompanied by a line in the ODBC log file similar to:
SQL STMT Error: Unable to open DATAFILE, err=general file system error, fserr=19, fserrs=-5. Permissions error - Attempt to violate host security.
In the example above, DATAFILE is the name of the file without any drive designations, path information, or a Data Server prefix. If this is the case, that indicates that the file's location in the Data Dictionary does not contain any pathing information.
Modify the Data Dictionary so that the file's location is completely specified.
Last Modified: 12/23/1997 Product: BASIS ODBC Driver Operating System: WindowsError Number: 18 OS Error: 5
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