In a separate, newly created section of the file, provide the ODBC driver path, file name, and all other required driver settings. Tom Bascom 8, 2 19 Adding DSNs to the odbc. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. You can run ivtestlib bit or ddtestlib bit to verify that the environment is set to run the correct ODBC driver file. How do I get this driver?
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I’m trying to connect progress 9. The Create New Data Source window appears.
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How to Install DataDirect Connect ODBC Drivers for Windows
Dharmesh Porwal 1, 2 10 I know it’s bad news, but it appears there just isn’t any known solution at the moment. The name of the driver is in parentheses next to it.
You can’t delete your own topics. That certainly is bad news Add a new section to the file by creating a new line with the new DSN enclosed in brackets; for example:. You can’t send emails. We installed the 3rd pty ODBC driver using odbcad There should be 64 bit options for progress.
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Are you running it on Windows 98? You can’t post topic replies. Unthreaded, ascending Unthreaded, descending.
FWIW all of the results that I see look like dodgy “freeware” sites that are more likely to infect you with something than provide a working ODBC driver.
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We are migrating from Progress 9. If a driver for the application that you want to connect to does merantt appear in the list, you need to install the driver. You can read topics.
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General Forum Members Points: You can’t post IFCode. You will likely get charged, but it should be cheaper than an SQL Server instance. Hi would appreciate some advice if possible please. For their ODBC driver information, see http: