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Update Broker System Trace to include value of ODBCINI and the real error behind issues reading odbc.ini
In troubleshooting a problem connecting to MS SQL Server we performed a system trace. The trace provided the following error information:
DatabaseException BIP2347E: Database error: SQL State ''IM002''; Native Error Code ''0''; Error Text 'System information file not found. Please check the ODBCINI and the ODBCSYSINI environment variables are correctly set.'
The issue was not what the Error indicated. The file did exist and the ODBCINI variable was set correctly. The issue was that the file had incorrect permissions which prevented broker from being able to read it.
It would be very helpful in troubleshooting if the following were added to the error being dumped:
1) The value of ODBCINI. 2) The real reason for the failure, 'file not found', 'file read error', 'access error', etc.
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