INSTALL OPENEDGE ODBC DRIVER
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Installing the Openedge b ODBC driver in Windows 64bit |
That one is definately the 32 bit version, as it does list more drivers than the default tool or the one in system32 that is supposedly 32 bit–but the OpenEdge driver is still not listed. Anybody have anything I should check? Installing the Openedge What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. I’m facing the same challenge.
Installing 32-bit ODBC drivers with 64-bit already installed
OK, had a brain fart when I started playing with this again. Would you like to continue.
OpenEdge ODBC Driver for Unix / Linux & Windows – DataDirect Connectivity
Did you ever find a resolution to this doom? No, it’s not what you think–I do know how to start the 32 bit version of Data Sources Manager. I am not being given the choice of installing in a different directory.
It was as you claim already installed, so the installation files should be present somewhere? I installed Client Networking probably 4 times on this box, and I did the exact same thing.
Installing the Openedge 10.1b ODBC driver in Windows 64bit
Thread starter doom Start date Sep 17, Upon identification of any security vulnerability, Progress will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to address the vulnerability in accordance with the following policy. Now, it gives this error: I have OpenEdge How can I achieve this?
Posted by stapes on 4 Aug 6: I drilled in a little bit and none of the ODBC stuff was checked. A product specialist will be glad to get in touch with you.
The installation has detected that there exists a previous installation of OpenEdge in the following directory: The documentation clearly tells me that these should be installed in an alterative directory: Installing bit ODBC drivers with bit already installed.
Progress DataDirect management of packet-based network communication provides unsurpassed packet transport, network round trips and data buffering optimization. The docs on the Progress Knowledgebase make things sound so simple–install the Client Networking portion of the client onto the 64 bit server, and then fire up the 32 bit version of the Data Sources Manager program and the driver should be there. We live for your next big customer.