Close this window and log in. Alex Tokarev 4, 1 14 I’ve read the Database Connectivity documents but I’m not completely clear as to how the tables are accessed. How do I determine the DSN? Are there permissions to the tables that have to be given? Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical computer professional community. The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action.
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It’s easy to join and it’s free. Reading the documentation it looks like they would need the appropriate DSN for our system which I don’t know what it would bea user name and password.
Sorry for the long post, but this is an area of CMS that I am really lost. I don’t understand how they access it though. These documents on Avaya’s support site may be helpful.
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Sign up using Email and Password. I’ve read the Database Connectivity documents but I’m not completely clear as to how the tables are accessed. Connect to Avaya Database Ask Question. SO, with all that said: One of our groups uses it to access the Informix tables directly.
They’re not free avwya and do not come as standard with CMS, this is why you need to engage Avaya to obtain them. He has rights in CMS to view just about everything report and dictionary related.
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I’ve been told it’s because it logs in differently and can be found in a different system log. One of the place i worked had a shadow reporting server where the reporting dept could work off, leaving the cms server alone D.
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CMS: ODBC connection failure with CMS
If you need to access real time data, then I suggest to talk to Avaya representative. The installed broker is not multitiered so you only have the basic windows or Solaris odbc connection, i.
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