Author Topic: RQP-DEF-0068 Unable to connect to at least one database during a multi-database  (Read 3523 times)

Offline yogeswari

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Hi,

Could anyone tell me the solutions/suggestions for the below problems that i faced during the datasource connection:

QE-DEF-0285 The logon failed.
QE-DEF-0325 The logon failed for the following reason:
RQP-DEF-0068 Unable to connect to at least one database during a multi-database attach to 1 database(s) in:
"Data source connection name"

UDA-SQL-0432 Unable to locate the gateway "cogudaor"

Since i am fresher i dont know how to proceed.  Please help me.

Thanks,
Yogeswari.

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Hi,

Does this article on the IBM support site help?

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21614942

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Didn't check the article, but "cogudaor" is something with your Oracle client. Can you connect to the DB from the server outside cognos? That's where I usually start.
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Didn't check the article...

Whaaaaat? Grim, you are in danger of losing your honorary title by admitting to things like that! :)
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What kind of DB is it. I think an Oracle, but to be sure: What type of DB is it?

Is it with every Oracle Datasource?
The steps I would take:
- Reboot Server (sometimes this occurs when Oracle is just installed)
- check if 32-bit version of the Oracle client is installed
- run in dos prompt: SQLPLUS user/pwd@<tns-name>
- check the tnsnames.ora

 



         
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