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ERR: "the XML Schema could not be interpreted from this object"

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I'm trying to generate DataSet from Sybase ASA 9 database. I'll use it in
Crystal Reports.
But when i'm trying to drag table from Server Explorer as written in [

4. To build a schema for your dataset, drag the desired tables from the
Server Explorer to the Dataset tab of Dataset1.xsd.


i get an error:
"There were errors dropping "Table_name1" onto designer.
The XML Schema could not be interpreted from thi object."

I'm using OLE DB connection:
Provider=ASAProv.90;Cache Authentication=True;Encrypt
Password=False;Integrated Security=SSPI;Mask Password=False;Persist
Encrypted=True;Persist Security Info=False;User ID=kill;Initial
Catalog="";Data Source=internet;Impersonation
Level=Identify;Location=data1;Protection Level=None;Extended
Properties="";ASA Multiple Results=False

Driver: Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere Provider 9.0
And when i double click desired datatable in server explorer it asks me for
password. But when i connected to database i've had entered username and

Any thoughts?
Thanks for help.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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In the Data Link Properties dialog (from Add Connection), make sure that you fill in the "Use a specific user name and password" fields "User name" and "Password" AND MAKE SURE THAT THE "ALLOW SAVING PASSWORD" checkbox is checked. Without this box checked, later attempts at connecting to the database server will fail since no password is supplied.

Also, make sure that you have the latest EBF for your version of the ASA 9.0 software.

You'll also get a faster response if you go to Sybase/iAnywhere for help.
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