Status 94 with Pervasive.SQL Server on Windows NT, 2000, 2003

Article ID: 0501111158124 - Last Review: 17 May 2006 by jasonl - Revision: 1 - Views: 3508


Symptom
Although you are able to start Service Accent, an error 94 is generated when an attempt to write or update a record is made


Cause
This may be caused by the local user having insufficient rights to write to the AccentDB folder. Pervasive.SQL Server uses the rights assigned to the local user, even if it has sufficient rights itself to write to the AccentDB folder.


Solution
Perform the following steps:

  1. Use Windows Explorer to locate your AccentDB folder
  2. Right click AccentDB and select Properties
  3. Select the Security tab
  4. Depending on your networking model, you will see either Everybody or \\Domain\Users in the Groups or user names list. Select Everybody or \\Domain\Users
  5. In the Permissions list, ensure Full Control is ticked
  6. Click OK


 
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