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Inside that file, I have the following entry: Monday, October 15, 8: Hi Chris, I suggest you download the latest client software package from the Rocket site. What solution did you finally end up using? Tuesday, October 13, 2:

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Well, that’s the problem, and what I’d asked: What solution did you finally end up using? It has a user name specified, but I don’t odbx the one here is relevant.

I might missing something very obvious. Hi Chris, I suggest you download the latest client software package from the Rocket site.

Accessing ODBC Databases from IBM UniVerse and UniData

Sign in to vote. Would you be able to point me to any such ODBC driver that would do my job. Here is a thread that discusses this point.

Tuesday, October 16, 1: When I script that, it looks like the following: According to the IBM site, both are available. You may oebc 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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You have to use it to manage the driver. But, from where do i get the appropriate system DSN? A quick search for “unidata odbc” in Google returned a bunch of conversations regarding this topic.

Thanks for any insight you can provide! If you are running Universe 10, I doubt the version 11 driver will work.

Accessing ODBC Databases from IBM UniVerse and UniData

Monday, October 29, 2: Or have you looked at, or contacted IBM? It was really straight forward and worked like a charm. It’s really straight-forward though, the big thing was using the I am working relatively smaller DBs and am looking for any cheap solution. A call to IBM might help as well, even though you’re not a customer. Again, try an IBM forum or some other resource.

Informix drivers are the way to go, just make sure you have the config file named above in the right place. Thanks Glenn, I will give this a try in the morning! I just tell Access to look at the appropriate system DSN, put in the server, database name and password, and there are all the tables to choose from. On Wed, Sep 14, at 3: I just got the ODBC to work on my bit machine.

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In reply to this post by Chris Austin. We’re using UniVerse I have a client company with a unidata database that I’m trying to convert into my firm’s SQL database.

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I’ve just been unable to locate one. Cool, If you have any issues let me know.

Check your computers system information to see whether you need a bit or bit version of the program’ Where can I download the bit version of the UniVerse ODBC drivers?