Glamorgan are still searching for their first win in this season's Clydesdale Bank 40 after their Group B clash with Scotland was ruined by rain.
Only 6.5 overs were possible in Glasgow before umpires and Nigel Cowley and Stephen Gale were forced to give in to the weather, meaning both teams had to settle for a point apiece.
Scotland had reached 25-1 in their innings when play was halted, Josh Davey the solitary wicket to fall when he was trapped lbw by former England paceman Simon Jones.
Opener Calum MacLeod was unbeaten on seven while Ryan Flannigan was 17 not out from 19 balls, including hitting three boundaries.
The Dragons had lost their only previous fixture in the one-day tournament, going down to Hampshire. Scotland, meanwhile, have now recorded one win, one loss and one no-result.