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I can't start One Stop Order Processing and it says my database needs to be repaired
Posted by Pat Strassen, Last modified by Pat Strassen on 12 October 2017 01:33 PM

If you are trying to start One Stop Order Processing and it was working correct previously you can use the following approach to repair the last site used.

1 Run a command shell. Hold the Windows key and type R.

2 Type in

CMD

and press enter.

3 Type in

CD C:\OSOP\Main

and press enter

NOTE: This is where the main One Stop Order Processing program runs from.

4 Type:

C:\OSOP\Main\IL_OSOP.EXE –R

and press enter.

5 This should start One Stop Order Processing and repair the last site used.

If you are still having problems you can use the following approach.

a Run the ODBC Administration tool. The easiest way to do this right click on the Windows icon and select Search

b type in

odbc

c From the shown list select

ODBC Data Sources (32 bit)

d from the User DSN tab scroll down and select a Name that contains yout site name (e.g. MERPCNAME_website130 is for website1)

e Click on the Configure button

f Click on the Repair button

g Then close the dialogs shown and restart One Stop Order Processing

If you are still having problems with repairing not working do the following:

(i). Run CMD (hold Windows Key and click on R).

(ii). Type

CD c:\windows\system32

(iii). Click Enter key

(iv).Type 

regsvr32 odbcconf.dll

(v).Click Enter.

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