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Error in DataAdapter

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324 Jun 3,2002 05:39 AM Aug 11,2003 07:58 AM Windows Forms 6
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jolly
Asked On June 3, 2002 05:39 AM

I have already created several data adapters and I haven't had any problems. I dragged another data adapter (WorkDataAdapter), configure it to point to my db and it's fine. Then when I try to generate the dataset for the WorkDataAdapter, I get this error corresponding to the new data adapter i added. "Retrieving the schema for WorkDataAdapter failed" Unspecified Error: E_fail (0X80004005)! What does this mean? Pls. help. I know that it has nothing to do with my database b/c i only have four fields with two primary keys.

Automatichawk
Replied On October 2, 2002 02:44 PM

> I have already created several data adapters and I haven't had any problems. I dragged another data adapter (WorkDataAdapter), configure it to point to my db and it's fine. Then when I try to generate the dataset for the WorkDataAdapter, I get this error corresponding to the new data adapter i added. "Retrieving the schema for WorkDataAdapter failed" Unspecified Error: E_fail (0X80004005)! What does this mean? Pls. help. I know that it has nothing to do with my database b/c i only have four fields with two primary keys.

Automatichawk
Replied On October 2, 2002 02:48 PM

I'm having the same problem I think we have too many data adapters, but I too only know a little.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 18, 2002 09:41 AM

Check the names of the fields in your database tables. I had a field named "Usage" and I was getting the same error. I changed the name to "Usag" and it worked fine. I'm not sure if this will work for you or not, but it might.

Jima
Replied On June 19, 2003 07:41 AM

You may also close all the fiels names within the SQL statement into [] like [tableName.fieldName] instead of renaming the fields.

senthil
Replied On July 8, 2003 07:50 AM

Avoid using reserved names like 'date', 'day', 'time', even 'Language' as column names in the database. It seems that these words can only used my microsoft, and not others.

Victor Wynnytsky
Replied On August 11, 2003 07:58 AM

THANK YOU AUTOHAWK you alone bailed me out I had to add another "data" project to my solution because I hit some limit on the number of adapters (probably 255) allowed in a project. Thank god it's not a solution limit. > I'm having the same problem I think we have too many data adapters, but I too only know a little.

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