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Hello all ,

Below is the datastore and data flow of my scenario where data is to be transferred from Microsoft SQL Server 2008 to SAP HANA using SQL transform .

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While executing the above JOB i’m getting the following error:-

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Please help me with this issue

Thanks in advance,

DAVID KING J

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    1. david king Post author

      Hi Julie ,

      Couldn’t able to open the link you have provided , may be the webpage is unavailable . Please provide alternate way to find the solution.

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      1. Julie Oliver

        Hi David,

        Are you being prompted for a s-user id? This is because KB articles are only accessible for clients with a valid SAP Maintenance contract.

        Please explain what you mean by “couldn’t open the link you have provided”.

        Thanks!
        Julie

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        1. david king Post author

          Hi Julie ,

          I have read the KB article . My problem is not with HANA connection . Its with fetching data from Microsoft SQL server 2008 . Mean while i tried a sample job of the same above mentioned scenario from Microsoft SQL server 2008 to Flat file and i got this error shown below.

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          So now i think that problem might be with the datastore . If so provide me the datastore configuration for Microsoft SQL server 2008.

          Please do the needful.

          Thanks in advance,

          David king .

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          1. Julie Oliver

            Hello David,

            In your new example, the error indicates an issue with your repository database, not a datastore connection. A repository database is something completely different from a datastore connection.

            If you have concern about your connection to your MS SQL datastore, import a single table from the same datastore, make it a source, connect it to a Query transform, then view it by clicking on the magnifying glass. Do you see your data? If so, you don’t have a connection isssue to your MS SQL 2008 datastore.

            You can also review Extra Requirements for MS SQL Sever via the DS Installation Guide, page 24:

            http://help.sap.com/businessobject/product_guides/sbods42/en/ds_42_install_win_en.pdf

            Beyond this, please log into the SAP Support Portal and create a SAP Support Incident.

            Thank you,
            Julie

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            1. david king Post author

              Hi Julie,

                   Thankyou for your reply.

                   I’m able to view the data from the datastore . You have mentioned that it seems like an issue  with repository database . Can you please elaborate on the same.

              Thanks,

              David king.

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  1. Arun Sasi

    Hi David,

    Looks like a 32 bit DSN is trying to contact a 64 bit application.

    Can you please check if the ODBC DSN is created from the following 64 bit location

    C:\Windows\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe…

    If it is created from the odbad32.exe application under System32 folder under Windows then it can cause an issue

    Regards

    Arun Sasi

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  2. david king Post author

    Hi all ,

    Sorry for updating this answer very late.

    seems like its a bug in BODS 4.1 . My job server is Linux so cannot use the database type as SQL SERVER 2008 instead use ODBC .

    Thanks,

    David king.

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    1. Arun Sasi

      You can still use SQL Server 2008 R2 as database datastore as SQL Server Authentication is supported with Data Services on Linux Platform

      Regards

      Arun Sasi

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