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Re: Unknown connect option (Get), Postgres 7.4.2

From: Jeff Eckermann <jeff_eckermann(at)yahoo(dot)com>
To: Albin Blaschka <Albin(dot)Blaschka(at)bal(dot)bmlfuw(dot)gv(dot)at>,"'pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org'" <pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Unknown connect option (Get), Postgres 7.4.2
Date: 2004-05-23 15:52:53
Message-ID: 20040523155253.76373.qmail@web20813.mail.yahoo.com (view raw or flat)
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Lists: pgsql-odbc
My experience is that ODBC driver error messages are
not always very helpful, when it comes to figuring out
the cause of the failure.

I think it most likely that the problem is not with
ODBC or your application, but in the setup of the new
PostgreSQL version.  Something in the connection or
authentication parameters has changed.

Being able to connect with PgAdminIII, but not with
PgAdminII or MS Access, suggests to me that there is
something different about the parameters being used by
your setup for PgAdminIII.

Make sure that the host name, database name, user name
and password parameters that you are using really do
have the values that you believe them to have, i.e.
check everything.  If you find no error there, try
connecting to the database with psql, using the same
user name and password as in your app.

If you still have a problem, post your results back to
the list.

--- Albin Blaschka <Albin(dot)Blaschka(at)bal(dot)bmlfuw(dot)gv(dot)at>
wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> Following situation:
> 
> I have updated to Postgres 7.4.2 from 7.3.2, the
> ODBC-Driver stayed the same
> We use Access (Office XP) with Windows 2000 as
> frontend to our data
> 
> But now after migration to the new database and a
> new server, I get
> following
> error-messages when I want to connect via ODBC
> (Access) or even via PGAdmin
> II (but
> PGAdmin III works...):
> 
> (taken from the ODBC-Log) 
> CONN ERROR: func=PGAPI_GetConnectOption,
> desc='fOption=30002', errnum=205,
> errmsg='Unknown connect option (Get)'
> 
> and a littler after that:
> 
> CONN ERROR: func=PGAPI_DriverConnect, desc='Error
> from CC_Connect',
> errnum=105,
> errmsg='The database does not exist on the server or
> user authentication
> failed.
> 
> This last message appears then in Access (with
> Errorcode #105) or in PGAdmin
> II.
> 
> 
> As said above, the connection from the same machine
> to the database in
> question
> with PGAdmin III *works with no problems*...only
> Access and PGAdmin II are
> having
> problems...
> 
> The Database-Server now is a Debian "Sarge"
> (testing) - Box
> (the old one is a Debian "Woody")
> Clients are Windows 2000, Access is from Office XP
> ODBC-Driver Version is 7.03.02.00
> 
> In the archives, I have found quite similar
> questions/problems, but no
> answers...
> Some of the messages are quite outdated, maybe now
> somebody araound here
> knows
> a solution or what I might have done wrong...
> 
> Please help & thanks in advance!
> Albin Blaschka
>  
> 
> Here is the output of the psqlodbc-log:
> CONN ERROR: func=PGAPI_GetConnectOption,
> desc='fOption=30002', errnum=205,
> errmsg='Unknown connect option (Get)'
>            
>
------------------------------------------------------------
>             henv=136060816, conn=136066856,
> status=0, num_stmts=16
>             sock=136060872, stmts=136060944,
> lobj_type=-999
>             ---------------- Socket Info
> -------------------------------
>             socket=-1, reverse=0, errornumber=0,
> errormsg='(NULL)'
>             buffer_in=136077856,
> buffer_out=136081960
>             buffer_filled_in=0, buffer_filled_out=0,
> buffer_read_in=0
> conn=136066856, PGAPI_DriverConnect(
> in)='DSN=testing7.4.2;',
> fDriverCompletion=1
> DSN info:
>
DSN='testing7.4.2',server='balappserver',port='5432',dbase='zuecht',user='al
> bin',passwd='xxxxx'
>  
>
onlyread='0',protocol='6.4',showoid='0',fakeoidindex='0',showsystable='0'
>           conn_settings='',conn_encoding='OTHER'
>           translation_dll='',translation_option=''
> Global Options: Version='07.03.0200', fetch=100,
> socket=4096,
> unknown_sizes=0,
>                 max_varchar_size=254,
> max_longvarchar_size=8190
>                 disable_optimizer=1, ksqo=1,
> unique_index=1,
> use_declarefetch=0
>                 text_as_longvarchar=1,
> unknowns_as_longvarchar=0,
> bools_as_char=1 NAMEDATALEN=64
>                 extra_systable_prefixes='pg_;',
> conn_settings=''
> conn_encoding='OTHER'
>                 conn=136066856, query=' '
> NOTICE from backend during send_query: 'LOG: 
> Anweisung:  
> '
> NOTICE from backend during send_query: 'LOG:  Dauer:
> 0.246 ms
> '
> CONN ERROR: func=PGAPI_DriverConnect, desc='Error
> from CC_Connect',
> errnum=105, errmsg='The database does not exist on
> the server
> or user authentication failed.'
>            
>
------------------------------------------------------------
>             henv=136060816, conn=136066856,
> status=0, num_stmts=16
>             sock=136060872, stmts=136060944,
> lobj_type=-999
>             ---------------- Socket Info
> -------------------------------
>             socket=964, reverse=0, errornumber=0,
> errormsg='(NULL)'
>             buffer_in=136077856,
> buffer_out=136081960
>             buffer_filled_in=48,
> buffer_filled_out=0, buffer_read_in=48
> 
> And here from the mylog-file:
> 
> [1244]globals.extra_systable_prefixes = 'dd_;'
> [1244][[SQLAllocHandle]][1244]**** in PGAPI_AllocEnv
> ** 
> [1244]** exit PGAPI_AllocEnv: phenv = 136060816 **
> [1244][[SQLSetEnvAttr]] att=200,2
> [1244][[SQLAllocHandle]][1244]PGAPI_AllocConnect:
> entering...
> [1244]**** PGAPI_AllocConnect: henv = 136060816,
> conn = 136066856
> [1244]EN_add_connection: self = 136060816, conn =
> 136066856
> [1244]       added at i =0, conn->henv = 136060816,
> conns[i]->henv =
> 136060816
> [1244][SQLGetInfo(30)][1244]PGAPI_GetInfo:
> entering...fInfoType=77
> [1244]PGAPI_GetInfo: p='03.00', len=0, value=0,
> cbMax=12
> [1244][[SQLSetConnectAttr]] 103
> [1244]PGAPI_SetConnectAttr 103
> [1244]PGAPI_SetConnectOption: entering fOption = 103
> vParam = 20
> [1244][[SQLGetConnectAttr]] 30002
> [1244]PGAPI_GetConnectAttr 30002
> [1244]PGAPI_GetConnectOption: entering...
> [1244]CONN ERROR: func=PGAPI_GetConnectOption,
> desc='fOption=30002',
> errnum=205, errmsg='Unknown connect option (Get)'
> [1244][[SQLSetConnectAttr]] 30002
> [1244]PGAPI_SetConnectAttr 30002
> [1244]PGAPI_SetConnectOption: entering fOption =
> 30002 vParam = 122428760
> [1244]Microsoft Jet !!!!
> [1244][SQLDriverConnect][1244]PGAPI_DriverConnect:
> entering...
> [1244]**** PGAPI_DriverConnect: fDriverCompletion=1,
> connStrIn='DSN=testing7.4.2;'
> [1244]our_connect_string = 'DSN=testing7.4.2;'
> [1244]attribute = 'DSN', value = 'testing7.4.2'
> [1244]copyAttributes:
>
DSN='testing7.4.2',server='',dbase='',user='',passwd='xxxxx',port='',onlyrea
>
d='',protocol='',conn_settings='',disallow_premature=-1)
> [1244]globals.extra_systable_prefixes = 'pg_;'
> [1244]our_connect_string = 'DSN=testing7.4.2;'
> [1244]attribute = 'DSN', value = 'testing7.4.2'
> [1244]CopyCommonAttributes:
>
A7=100;A8=4096;A9=0;B0=254;B1=8190;B2=1;B3=1;B4=1;B5=1;B6=0;B7=1;B8=0;B9=1;C
> 0=1;C1=0;C2=pg_;[1244]CC_connect: entering...
> [1244]CC_connect(): DSN = 'testing7.4.2', server =
> 'balappserver', port =
> '5432', database = 'zuecht', username = 'albin',
> password='xxxxx'
> [1244]connecting to the server socket...
> [1244]connection to the server socket succeeded.
> [1244]sizeof startup packet = 292
> [1244]sent the authentication block.
> [1244]sent the authentication block successfully.
> [1244]gonna do authentication
> [1244]read 9, global_socket_buffersize=4096
> [1244]auth got 'R'
> [1244]areq = 5
> [1244]in AUTH_REQ_MD5
> [1244]read 15, global_socket_buffersize=4096
> [1244]auth got 'R'
> [1244]areq = 0
> [1244]auth got 'K'
> [1244]auth got 'Z'
> 
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