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Hi All,

I'm trying to access an ORACLE Database via OpenESQL (not Pro*COBOL).

My COBOL apps are on a Linux Server. 

All is OK, but i need to check the sql syntax at compilation time.

Here are my compilation configuration file.

SQL(TARGETDB=ORACLEOCI)

If i add the SQL(CHECK) to the file, here is the problem:

* 801-S***** ( 2)**
** External Compiler Module message
** ES0100 Connection name not found.

So i think, 've to add my user/password and tns id, but how?

Thanks in advance.

Franck.

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Sorry for the delay.

I just received the following from development:

SQL(CHECK) is not supported with TARGETDB=ORACEOCI. To use SQL(CHECK), you need to use the DBMAN=ODBC directive.

ORACLEOCI is being deprecated.

Thanks.

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Sorry for the delay.

I just received the following from development:

SQL(CHECK) is not supported with TARGETDB=ORACEOCI. To use SQL(CHECK), you need to use the DBMAN=ODBC directive.

ORACLEOCI is being deprecated.

Thanks.

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