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Installing 32-bit ODBC drivers with 64-bit already installed
Posted by stapes on 4 Aug 6: I would expect only 32bit and utilities and applications such as this Administrator to be able to bind kdbc it. Regards, MyxzPlick “The truth is out there. Did you try looking in Progress Kbase for the error? If you have any feedback, please tell us. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Or you can just get Has anyone been able to get the true 64 bit driver yet?
Remove From My Forums. REG file, and copy the lines below: FWIW, Progress supposedly has also a 64 bit driver for there 64 bit windows release. Hope this saves someone some time and headaches.
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Installing bit ODBC drivers with bit already installed. One thing that I should note. NET managed providers, especially System.
I basically import relevant data and tables from our ERP system which is a Progress database which allows an ODBC connection and write queries against the data. You can go through the rest of the wizard and import the data successfully.
Installing OpenEdge 10.2A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS
You are commenting using your Twitter account. The first part is that I had to create a 32bit registry entry: Most Progress 64 bit driver still use 32 bit libraries. I had a lot of trouble with this one, but I finally got it to work a few months ago.