WALLDATA RUMBA File Transfer Function

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After upgrading from NT to XP or Win2000, the File Transfer function no longer works. Arpeggio is fine but the File Transfer application error is:[Wall Data][Rumba Data Access]No data source specified; dialog prohibited. SQLDriverConnect.... Maybe there are registry entries missing? How do you connect a data source to File Transfer?

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Are you running the same version of Rumba file transfer under NT and XP? In some cases where the Rumba has been upgraded we have found it necessary to rewrite the file transfers due to Rumba compatibility issues from release to release.

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