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I have installed Sqlbase 12.0 (64-bit) on my PC but I have already pre-installed SqlWindows 2.1 which comes with Sqlbase 7.6.1. When I open the Sqlbase 12.0 and Sqltalk 12.0 and I tried to create a database. Creating the database is not a problem. But when I tried to connect to it, the system gives an error
00448 DBA IVD DBS version (<7.5.1>), incompatible with software (<12.0>)
Can anyone help me out here? The problem is there is no 7.5.1.version in the pc.
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Do you want to connect with your SQLWindows app or with SQLTalk? Do you have multiple sql.ini files on your system?
In SQLTalk-Menu Help you can see which configuration file is used. Check the entries in the sql.ini
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The error says you are trying to connect to an old .DBS database.
Are you sure you are connecting to a newly created database?
Check for multiple sql.ini files on your system and find out which one sqltalk is using as EwaldP already wrote.
BTW, I am using TD2.1 with SQLBase 12 without problems, but with SQLBase 9 drivers, not the ones that came with TD21.
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