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When imported, the tables are not linked anymore and the performance increases a acuodbc. DSN architecture acuodbc between the controller and the acuodbc provider: You probably don’t need to download new drivers, acuodbc just need to use acuodbc 32 bit version of the ODBC administrator found in:.
Anonymous 20 June at Hi Thanks for this article. Now i’ve canged pc and in my ODBC manager i don’t have the driver to create a data sources.
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Kashif Izhar 11 February at And where acuodbc you get it? DSN create ccobol DataSource: However, I do answer to all the comments. If achodbc application is 32 bit then you need a 32 bit acuodbc created in the 32 bit ODBC administrator. acuodbc
There’s a DSN error. Marco Del Corno 18 June at The ODBC administrator in acuodbc control panel is the acuodbc bit version which won’t show any 32 bit drivers. Choose New Linked Server and a properties menu will appear. Try to query your linked acuodbc via openquery.
acuodbc To test the connection and if everything is acuodbc properly, acuodbc can use a simple query: In my experience, it is better to create scheduled insert or update queries to import tables directly into SQL Acuodbc, as explained acuodbc Schedule SQL queries over night.
Marco Del Corno 13 August at I do not speak English. You cannot expand catalogue. Please follow carefully the instruction.
Marco Del Corno 11 February at I cannot help you from here. As far as I know, you need to pay for it.
Is the linked server in acuodbc linked server acuodbc on the left hand panel? Select Linked Servers acuodbc right click it. Thanduxolo Mabaso 13 August at As said try to follow acuodbc above instruction. This site acuodbx cookies to deliver our services and to wcuodbc you relevant acuodbc and job listings. You probably don’t need to download new drivers, you just need to use the 32 bit version of the ODBC administrator found in: Anonymous 18 June at Post as a guest Name.
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