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DSN architecture mismatch ackodbc acuodbc controller and the application provider: As said try to follow the above instruction. Anonymous 20 June at Hi Thanks for this article. The ODBC administrator in the control panel is the 64 bit version which won’t show any 32 bit drivers. When imported, the tables are not linked anymore acuodbc the performance acuodbc a lot.
Choose New Linked Acuodbc and a properties menu will appear. If your application is 32 bit then you need a 32 bit dsn created in the 32 bit ODBC administrator.
acuodbc Marco Del Corno 18 June at I understand you had problem. On top acuodbc that, you can actually use the tables as SQL Server tables, creating indexes and relations as needed. As far as I know, you need to pay for it. In my experience, it is better to create scheduled insert acuodbc update queries to import tables directly into SQL Server, as explained in Schedule SQL queries over night. However, I do answer to all the acuobc.
Thanduxolo Mabaso 13 August at acuodbc Is acuodbc linked server in the linked acuodbc branch on the left hand panel? DSN create ccobol DataSource: Are you sure you tried the one in syswow64? Acuosbc am trying to follow your instructions but when trying to “test connection” management studio hangs. When you query a large amount of data, you will notice that the overall performance is not very exciting. Sometimes linked servers are not as fast as expected. Try to acuodbc your linked db via openquery.
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