The Windows Start menu items will use these bit versions. You are not logged in. To access by ODBC there are some. As said try to follow the above instruction. The bit license activator will generate license files only for the bit products. If I try to “expand cataloges”, it keeps working for hours and then gives “no response” error.

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I cannot help you from here. Marco Del Corno 11 February at I have never seen such connection. Maybe the terms that I used to define the DB is not correct, ok. Share History More Cancel. This group requires membership for participation – click to join.

ACUODBC – Link Passport ERP Vision (cobol files) to SQL Server

I apologize if I don’t publish comments immediately. I can’t because the server is owned by a private company.


Please visit our brand-new community at https: DSN create ccobol sorry: Post as a guest Name. I assure you it’s working.

Windows 64-bit products

If your application is 32 bit then you need a 32 bit dsn created in the 32 bit ODBC administrator. Could you please explain to which system and which database you want to connect. When I try to create the connection it fails with the message.

Please follow the instructions on the blog. As far as I know, you need to pay for it.

You probably don’t need to download new drivers, you just need to use the 32 bit version of the ODBC administrator found in:.

Anonymous 20 June at aculdbc DSN create ccobol DataSource: Are you sure you tried the one in syswow64? When imported, the tables are not linked anymore and the performance increases a lot. Is it a possible problem?

Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Marco Del Corno 18 June at All content here is read-only. To access by ODBC there are some. I have never seen someone tries to connect to an host based database with an ODBC driver. When compiling and running programs from AcuBench the bit versions of the compiler and runtime are used.


[archive] AcuODBC on 64 bit Windows

Windows bit Products are supported in 8. Sorry the link is not working anymore. You are not logged in. I’m using TOS 5. Can you indicate the name of Db type to choose in the section “DB connections”? However, I do answer to all the comments.