PROGRESS OPENEDGE 10.2A ODBC DRIVER
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Installing OpenEdge 10.2A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS
Any ideas on how I can solve this issue? Notify me of new comments via email. Email required Address never made pfogress. Thank you for your response. Hope this saves someone some time and headaches.
OpenEdge ODBC Driver for Unix / Linux & Windows – DataDirect Connectivity
But then again I didn’t actually met many good business reasons for the need of a 64 bit driver so far. Sign up using Email and Password. Please type your message and try again. It would be an interesting licensemodel however if you would really need a 64 bit driver to connect to a progress application.
Installing OpenEdge A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS |
What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. Most times it just seems the higher number which is the most important to people. I do not know a precise timeline on the release for A list of supported Progress OpenEdge driver versions: Did you try looking in Progress Kbase for the error?
Members Registered members Current visitors. There’s also a product called “Pro2” replication that can “almost live” replicate from Progress to for instance SQL server if you have that demand. Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. Thread starter myxzplick Start date Oct 5, It might only be offered from Jensd 5, 2 20 The connection works and I can make an extract without any problems.
Therefore, I might have a tough time answering progress db specific questions. DLC should refer to the Casper, thanks for your reply.