For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. The documentation clearly tells me that these should be installed in an alterative directory: The docs on the Progress Knowledgebase make things sound so simple–install the Client Networking portion of the client onto the 64 bit server, and then fire up the 32 bit version of the Data Sources Manager program and the driver should be there. Both were removed, and now I am attempting to put them back. Powered by Progress Sitefinity.

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Did you ever find a resolution to this doom? Posted osbc stapes on 4 Aug 6: I installed Client Networking probably 4 times on this box, and I did the exact same thing.

Installing 32-bit ODBC drivers with 64-bit already installed

I’m facing the same challenge. Thread starter doom Start date Sep 17, Of course you can copy the files over and create the required registry and files and config yourself.

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How to Install DataDirect Connect ODBC Drivers for Windows

You are accessing a 32 bit odbc driver on a 64 bit system. Posted by Frank Meulblok on 4 Aug 7: Posted by Libor Laubacher on 4 Aug 7: The ODBC dll’s are definately on the system. How can I achieve this?

Apparently releases below A product specialist will be glad to get in touch with you. That one is definately the 32 bit version, as it does list more drivers than the default tool or the one in system32 that is supposedly 32 bit–but the OpenEdge driver is still not listed. If I continue, I get this error: It was as you claim already installed, so the installation files should be present somewhere?

You can’t install 32 and bit OE of same version on Windows prior Resources Latest reviews Search resources. Both were removed, and now I am attempting to put olenedge back.

Installing the Openedge b ODBC driver in Windows 64bit |

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For additional information on this inatall system, refer to https: But on a whim, I went into the Openedge program group and fired off “Add Components”. I have OpenEdge You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available.

The only possible change was through Windows Update. Would you like to continue. The setup utility detected an attempt to install a 32 bit installation into an existing 64 bit installation. Now it shows up. I drilled in a little bit and none of the ODBC stuff was checked.

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