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HELP, conexion Discoverer-Informix

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Hi!!

I am connecting Oracle Discoverer to Informix. The connection is OK. I
can create an EUL in the Administrator, and make calcules, everything.

My problem is that I cannnot connect to the Desktop. I use the same
user and password as I used in the Administrator interface, and in
connection I write the same: ODBC:informix. And it puts me an error
message:

You do not have access to any table of the End User Layer.

What could I do?
Any clue?

It is a problem between the Administrator and the Desktop that only
occurs working with Informix. If I use Oracle database everything is
OK.

Thanks in advanced,

Ana
Jul 19 '05 #1
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an*@semicrol.es (Ana RM) wrote in message news:<a3**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi!!

I am connecting Oracle Discoverer to Informix. The connection is OK. I
can create an EUL in the Administrator, and make calcules, everything.

My problem is that I cannnot connect to the Desktop. I use the same
user and password as I used in the Administrator interface, and in
connection I write the same: ODBC:informix. And it puts me an error
message:

You do not have access to any table of the End User Layer.

What could I do?
Any clue?

It is a problem between the Administrator and the Desktop that only
occurs working with Informix. If I use Oracle database everything is
OK.

Thanks in advanced,

Ana


Hi !!

Anybody has idea about my problem??

It is urgent.
Jul 19 '05 #2

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an*@semicrol.es (Ana RM) wrote in message news:<a3**************************@posting.google. com>...
an*@semicrol.es (Ana RM) wrote in message news:<a3**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi!!

I am connecting Oracle Discoverer to Informix. The connection is OK. I
can create an EUL in the Administrator, and make calcules, everything.

My problem is that I cannnot connect to the Desktop. I use the same
user and password as I used in the Administrator interface, and in
connection I write the same: ODBC:informix. And it puts me an error
message:

You do not have access to any table of the End User Layer.

What could I do?
Any clue?

It is a problem between the Administrator and the Desktop that only
occurs working with Informix. If I use Oracle database everything is
OK.

Thanks in advanced,

Ana


Hi !!

Anybody has idea about my problem??

It is urgent.


The problem could be something relationated to the EUL, because in the
Administrator Discoverer, if I choose Tools/Options, it shows a
message: You have no access to any EUL.

Any idea??
Jul 19 '05 #3

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an*@semicrol.es (Ana RM) wrote in message news:<a3**************************@posting.google. com>...
an*@semicrol.es (Ana RM) wrote in message news:<a3**************************@posting.google. com>...
an*@semicrol.es (Ana RM) wrote in message news:<a3**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi!!

I am connecting Oracle Discoverer to Informix. The connection is OK. I
can create an EUL in the Administrator, and make calcules, everything.

My problem is that I cannnot connect to the Desktop. I use the same
user and password as I used in the Administrator interface, and in
connection I write the same: ODBC:informix. And it puts me an error
message:

You do not have access to any table of the End User Layer.

What could I do?
Any clue?

It is a problem between the Administrator and the Desktop that only
occurs working with Informix. If I use Oracle database everything is
OK.

Thanks in advanced,

Ana


Hi !!

Anybody has idea about my problem??

It is urgent.


The problem could be something relationated to the EUL, because in the
Administrator Discoverer, if I choose Tools/Options, it shows a
message: You have no access to any EUL.

Any idea??

Jul 19 '05 #4

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