We’re using UniVerse It’s really straight-forward though, the big thing was using the Tuesday, March 25, 7: ODBC driver manager; 32 bit 64 bit odbcad Monday, October 29, 2: Cool, If you have any issues let me know. You may want to revisit this thread and provide a link to the ODBC software, or to a resource that helped solve your problem.
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Accessing ODBC Databases from IBM UniVerse and UniData
To complete the process, select a driver and then follow the prompts to create the DSN. ODBC driver manager; 32 bit 64 bit odbcad Trying various drivers without much luck. When I script that, it hnidata like the following: Again, try an IBM forum or some other resource.
I’ve been able to run queries against this linked server as follows connecting to the SQL server, which specific local database you’re connected to doesn’t matter until you want to start moving the data over. Is there not a client install or driver install available as part unidatq the main software media?
First, it is good to note that both bit and bit ODBC drivers are available on a Windows bit system.
UniData ODBC Import
I might missing something very obvious. The latest release is Talk to their sales department or something.
Hi Chris, I suggest you download the latest client software package from the Rocket site. I’m currently working through this and if I find the answer I will follow-up with the solution.
On Tue, Sep 13, at 5: IIRC, there is a 32bit odbc manager that ships with win7 64bit. Would you unidatx able to point me to any such ODBC driver that would do my job.
Well, that’s the problem, and what I’d asked: Wednesday, April 04, 9: Let osbc know as I am in the same boat. Thursday, January 06, 6: Remove From My Forums. The ODBC driver might be free. Contact and feedback Need support?
DLL listed and select one. I don’t have a unidata dba I am working relatively smaller DBs and am looking for any cheap solution. Informix drivers are the way to go, just make sure you have the config file named above in the right place.
64-bit ODBC driver for win 7
On my server, in C: Inside that file, I have the following entry: A quick search for “unidata odbc” in Google returned a bunch of conversations regarding this topic. But, from where do i get the appropriate system DSN?
Thanks for any insight you can provide! What solution did you finally end up using?
U2 – Users – bit ODBC driver for win 7
Sign in to vote. Here is a thread that discusses this point. You may want to revisit this thread and provide a link to the ODBC software, or to a resource that helped solve your problem. I’ve just been unable to locate one.