Or, is there a better way? It would be an interesting licensemodel however if you would really need a 64 bit driver to connect to a progress application. Apparently releases below There are inherent dangers in the use of any software found on the Internet, and Microsoft cautions you to make sure that you completely understand the risk before retrieving any software from the Internet. Hey, i had some problems wit Server 2k8 R2 and Progress Openedge I am not sure what the question is here, but: I should have said ‘using the installation routine’.
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Installing OpenEdge A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS |
Would you like to continue. Kbase Solution P Code:. First of all, to say that you can’t install 32 and bit OE of same ipenedge on Windows prior Notify me of new comments via email. If so, please feel free to let me know.
Has anyone been able to get the true 64 bit driver yet? 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. The first part is that I had to create a 32bit registry entry: Twitter Print Email Reddit.
Posted by stapes on 4 Aug 5: The only possible change was through Windows Update. I am not sure what the question is here, but: FWIW, Progress supposedly has also a 64 opendge driver for there 64 bit windows release.
Installing 32-bit ODBC drivers with 64-bit already installed
It would be an interesting licensemodel however if you would really need a 64 bit driver to connect to a installinv application. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Or, is there a better way?
I would expect only 32bit and utilities and applications such as this Administrator to be opeenedge to bind to it. Post was not sent – check your email addresses!
Best Regards, Lingzhi Sun. Have a nice day! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here It might be that open link drivers can fill that gap.
Installing OpenEdge 10.2A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS
Both were removed, and now I am attempting to put them back. The documentation clearly tells me that these should be installed in an alterative directory: At the very least test it thoroughly before trying.
The only way to ensure full compatibility between a 64bit application and a data access driver or provider is to obtain a 64bit version. I should have said ‘using the installation routine’. What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity.
There are inherent dangers in the use of any software found on the Internet, and Microsoft cautions you to make sure that you completely understand the risk before retrieving any software from the Internet. Posted by stapes on 4 Aug 8: Now, it gives this error: This driver is supposedly true 64 bit.