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Question Odbc And Multi Tenancy

Discussion in 'Development' started by Ray, Apr 21, 2017 at 8:25 AM.

  1. Ray

    Ray New Member

    I am looking at using OpenEdge Multi Tenancy database for a solution that requires connections via a) a SQL Server Linked server, and b) .Net ODBC connection.

    I am using Progress OpenEdge 11.6 Driver (actually 11.6.3).
    Using OpenEdge Explorer with Sports2000 database, I have:
    • Enabled Multi Tenancy;
    • Created two new Tenants (Ten1 and Ten2);
    • Created two domains (Tenant1 and Tenant2);
    • Created two users Ray@Tenant1 and Ray@Tenant2;
    • Started Brokers (32 bit and 64 bit);
    • On Window (win 7) Created System ODBC sources (one for each Tenancy) Connections Tested OK with Ray@Tenant1/2

    BUT
    On SQL Server I can create a Linked server using ODBC DSNs, I have to supply userid and password on security tab. That works fine. I can see the Caltalogs contains SPORTS2000, Tables contains PUB.Customer etc
    But when a select of this is tried like select CustNum from [SPORTSTEN2].[SPORTS2000].[PUB].[Customer]
    I get this error.
    OLE DB provider "MSDASQL" for linked server "SPORTSTEN2" returned message "[DataDirect][ODBC Progress OpenEdge Wire Protocol driver][OPENEDGE]Access denied (Authorisation failed) (7512)".

    Via a C# program, taken from Progress sample, I can make and open an ODBC connection to this database, but when I execute a select on PUB.Customer I get
    ERROR [HY000] [DataDirect][ODBC Progress OpenEdge Wire Protocol driver][OPENEDGE]Access denied (Authorisation failed) (7512)

    I have looked at user permissions for users using OE explorer. It shows my Tenant Users have can-Read and can-Write on PUB.customer.

    any ideas on what I am missing?

    As you may have guessed I am an MS stack developer. We have used Linked servers and ODBC before for NO Multi Tenancy OpenEdge databases OK.

    PS. SQL Server 2012. DotNet 4.5.2
     
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2017 at 8:32 AM
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  3. Cringer

    Cringer ProgressTalk.com Moderator Staff Member

    Hi Ray thanks for posting. You might get an answer here, but if I were you I'd also post on Progress Community as there's folks on there with a lot of good knowledge who don't read on here.
     

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