RE: [RadiusNT] SQL-- Invalid Cursor State

Graeme Slogrove ( )
Thu, 1 Jul 1999 07:47:15 +0200

I found that if the SQL tables are not 100% correct for the version of
Radius that you are running, then this error can occur.

You may want to check this.


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-----Original Message-----From: Eric []Sent: 30 June 1999 05:12To: radiusnt@iea-software.comSubject: Re: [RadiusNT] SQL-- Invalid Cursor State

I am running Radius 2.5.175 and Emerald 2.5.261 and SQL 6.5 w/ SP5 onNT4.0 w/ SP3 and Mdac 2.1It seems as though if I change the DSN and username for Radius to login with, it gets past the "Invalid Cursor State" error but still does notload any dictionary attributes.Somebody also asked: "In masteraccounts table, is there any balance and overlimit column?" and I am not sure what this would have to do with it,

but thought I'd point it out.Please help,Thanks,Eric JensenAt 01:30 PM 6/29/99 -0700, you wrote:>Eric wrote:> >> > I am testing Emerald 2.5 and Radius 2.5 on a test server. When I runRadius> > in ODBC mode I get an error that says [ODBC SQL Server Driver]Invalid> > Cursor State, and after that is an error stating 0 DictionaryAttributes> > Loaded... and then further down is an error loading the "users"file.> > Has anyone encountered this, and more importantly how can it befixed?>>What version of RadiusNT are you running? You can find this from>the command line by running "radius -v" from the radius directory.>>-->>Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT>__________________________________________>IEA Software, Inc.>>For more information about this list (including removal) go to:>

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