Tuesday, January 23, 2007 8:00 PM
I'm developing a report in SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services based on a query from SQL Server tables joined with Visual FoxPro free tables. I created a Linked Server with Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Visual FoxPro provider, whith VFPOLEDB.1 string provider. Everything runs ok
within a Business Intelligence Development Studio environment, but when I implement my report, at runtime an error occurs it said "Cannot create an instance of OLE DB Provider VFPOLEDB object". I swtched any combination of Linked Server security and Provider security pages without to solve the problem.
Navigating the web today, I read a similar thread posted by stephanielauym
at April 3, 2006 but I`m not clear if she passed the issue or not. In case of yes, I would like to know how she solved it. I'proved among other with "Allow inprocess" but don't.
Please, if Stephany or Cindy (that she answered) or anyone knows how to solve this error, I'll thank very much.
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Wednesday, January 24, 2007 10:34 PM
Here's what Stepahnie posted to her thread in the microsoft.public.data.oledb NNTP newsgroup on April 10:
"Finally, I found an option ' Allow inprocess' in linked server -> providers -> VFPOLEDB in MSSQL2005. With enable this option, I can connect to vfp with oledb. While diabling this option, it works only 50% with successful connection....
And I have another MSSQL2005 with the same setup (except the option 'allow inprocess' disabled), all the connection make to vfp is 100% successful... "
I looked and found that, as she said, in Server Objects > Linked Servers > Providers > VFPOLEDB > General tab > Provider options > Allow inprocess. Also, you can
change the InProcess setting with the following code:
EXEC master.dbo.sp_MSset_oledb_prop N'VFPOLEDB', N'AllowInProcess', 1
Thursday, February 08, 2007 2:12 PM
Thank you, Cindy
We solved the problem this way.
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