I'm running a new client system image through it's paces and I can't get PYTHON CMD LINE to connect to database.
- System image - Windows 7 Ent SP1
- SQL Server 2014 Database
- SQL Server 2012 Native Client (SDK) installed (11.1.3000)
- ArcGIS 10.3.1, all extensions - Clean install - no patches to date
- Added ArcGIS 10.3.1 - Desktop Background Geoprocessing (64 Bit) - adds 64 Bit Python
- Python27 - default install
System connects to DB fine with ArcCat and ODBC with the SLQ Server 2012 Native Client. When trying to run enable_enterprise_gdp.py script, the tool runs fine in ArcCat, but when trying to run outside of ArcMap via cmd line it fails:
ERROR: Unable to load server library (c:\program files (x86)\arcgis\desktop10.3\bin\sdemssqlsrvr103.dll)
, Error = -324
I've tried running it with both 32/64 Python installations, same error. I know the database client drivers for Oracle were an issue 32 / 64 bit, fixable with PATH. But, I thought this was not an issue with the latest version of SQL Server 2012 native client (i.e. both 32/64 bit libraries are installed automatically). Other users may need the capability to run Python and connect to db out side of ArcMap (R or other 3rd party script environments).
Any help asap would be appreciated, the image gets deployed on multiple workstations Monday.