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Cannot Access database (error=49153)

I have a machine running on Accpac 5.2 and pervasive as the database and everytime I try to log in I get this error message.
Cannot Access database (error=49153)See help for more information.

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  • master1297 Jan 11, 2009

    i have sgl server running i ahve successfull connection i tested by obdc but when i open the application i get the message a bove

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You may fix this error through how to fix access file error
This guide will aid you http://www.fixaccessfile.com

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We are using Oracle, but you may want to try these:

  1. Go to ODBC in Control Panel, and test the Connections
  2. If it still doesn't work, Go to Services in Administrative Tools, and try to restart it (the seervices)...
It worked on us...

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