No, it’s not what you think–I do know how to start the 32 bit version of Data Sources Manager. The ODBC dll’s are definately on the system. But on a whim, I went into the Openedge program group and fired off “Add Components”. What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. OK, had a brain fart when I started playing with this again. The following should work stolen and lightly edited from the Progress Knowledge Center:. That’s not a standard part of the install process.
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10.1B Installation and Configuration guide
I was able to install the client software that is required, but there is apparently also an ODBC. That’s not a standard part of the install process.
Installing the Openedge 10.1b ODBC driver in Windows 64bit
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. Anybody have anything I should check? The ODBC dll’s prigress definately on the system.
I’m facing the same challenge. I installed Client Networking probably 4 times on this box, and I did the exact same thing. You must log in or register to reply here. Leave all other tab settings at the defaults for the initial configuration. Installing the Openedge Select the Add button to the right 3. Select the Apply button.
installation – How to set up ODBC b for Progress DB – Stack Overflow
I drilled in a little bit and none of the ODBC stuff was checked. Are these the steps that you followed to get the client installed? Select the System DSN tab 2. Screen requesting a password pops up.
OK, had a brain fart when I started playing with this again.