John C 1 7 There’s a DSN error. I am a bit surprised about the attempt to connect to a main frame via ODBC. When the license activator is run from the command prompt make sure the bit version in the “Program Files” directory is used. And where can you get it?
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windows 7 x64 – ODBC driver (AcuODBC, MS Access Driver) – Stack Overflow
If you want to stick with ODBC you have to take care you have installed an 64bit driver. Sorry the link is not working anymore. DSN create ccobol DataSource: Which version and which Acucorp products are for Windows bit platforms?
If your application is 32 bit then you need a 32 bit dsn created in the 32 bit ODBC administrator. Sign up using Email and Password. Are you sure you tried the one in syswow64? Note that the bit CD also installs bit versions of those products that do not have bit equivalents.
When I try to create the connection it fails with the message. COBOL is a programming language. The main difference between the two environment are:. Post as a guest Name. I do not speak English. The bit license activator will generate license files only for the bit products.
Windows 64-bit products
Thanduxolo Mabaso 13 August at The ODBC administrator in the control panel is the 64 bit version which won’t show any 32 bit drivers. Sometimes linked servers are not as fast as expected.
In my experience, it is better to create scheduled insert or update queries to import tables directly into SQL Server, as explained in Schedule SQL queries over night. Maybe the terms that I used to define the DB is not correct, ok. Hi Thanks for this acuodcb. Try to query your linked db via openquery. I cannot help you from here.
I can’t because the server is owned by a private company.
So, some years ago I had already developed job on TOS 5. We look forward to hearing from you there! I have acuodbv seen someone tries to connect to an host based database with an ODBC driver. If I try to “expand cataloges”, it keeps working for hours and then gives “no response” error.
The bit “Program Files” directory only contains the executables and does not contain all of the support files. Acucorp offers bit versions of many see list below of its products, which run on the Windows x64 platform. However, I do answer to all the comments. Some of the bit products have bit equivalents and are automatically installed into the Windows “Program Files” directory if the bit product was selected to be installed.