Regards, MyxzPlick “The truth is out there. DLC should refer to the I believe that was the version released after Moved by Dan Benediktson Friday, June 19, 4: Most Progress 64 bit driver still use 32 bit libraries. Yet the ODBC connection is created correctly and connects succesfully?!!?
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Connecting Progress DB to SQL Report Model
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I am including several resources for the ODBC connection below. Kbase Solution P Code:.
Link the Progress tables that olenedge are going to need in the Access database. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. I wonder how many named clients it would serve Casper.
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Installing OpenEdge 10.2A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS
Thursday, February 3, 2: However, when Proress try to create a report model project, I get errors. Select the Add button to the right 3.
The following should work stolen and lightly edited from the Progress Knowledge Center: I kinda doubt it Did you try looking in Progress Kbase for the error?