Windows 2008 R2 64 Bit Odbc Driver Download Install Update
Unfortunately the setup Installshiedl 3 i have from old Liant CD refuses to run with the x64 system. How have you managed to install it? I've found this http: When a bit installer or application is launched, the following error message is displayed:. The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running.
Check your computer's system information to see whether you need an x86 bit or x64 bit version of the program, and then contact the software publisher.
All bit installers should be converted to bit or bit installers. The message is the one I get trying the setup. So you fortunately have an installer for the driver that is 32 bit an I have one 16 bit?!?!
Remove From My Forums. Sign in to vote. Hi, sorry to annoy you all, but I,ve seen in this post: Thanks a lot for any kind of help. Marco Gamba IT Dept. Tuesday, March 9, It should work fine for you, but you will have to execute your packages in bit mode, because as far as I'm aware, they don't offer a bit driver. If you have a bit environment, please read this to help you run your packages successfully: SSIS in and bits.
Marked as answer by Zongqing Li Monday, March 15, 7: Thursday, March 11, 5: I'm currently using v11 - but v6 worked just as well. Are you having problems installing the driver, configuring it, or using it? Tuesday, March 9, 4: Hi, thanks for the quick reply! Using v6, the problem is with the installer of the ODBC client that is an installshield version 3 done for run in 32bit and 16 bit environment and it refuses to start in W2k8R2 x Asking for a 64 bit installer I hope to find another installer for the same version of the driver that if course is 32 bit, but if it runs wont be a problem..
Sorry - I didn't have that problem at all. Sounds like a policy or compat setting? Even an x64 OS should be able to run x86 code AFAIK they haven't killed backwards compat with bit yet When a bit installer or application is launched, the following error message is displayed: Can you help me sending the link for an updated installer? Tuesday, March 9, 5: I'm not the guy who manages the Relativity stuff, so I wouldn't know where to get one off the 'net. Let me see if I can find out where we get ours.
Contact me directly through CodePlex so I don't forget this thread. According to my guy, he says you just have to ask at the Relativity support site Tuesday, March 9, 6: Unfortunately we don't have a direct access to the Relativity support, we have to go through our reseller Anyway you give me some hope!!
Thursday, March 11,
Microsoft ODBC Driver for SQL Server on Windows
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Sorry to make you unhappy. Microsoft offer 64 bit access to office data via. However, for SQL Server there is 64bit driver. One workaround is that you can try to find 3rd party 64 bit driver for those data source. Or there leaves no choice but using 32bit. Note you cannot load a 32bit driver from a 64bit Applicaiton.