Daniel Costa on Amy on Daniel Costa 15 Daniel Costa Homepage on I can see both variations here in the registry: I downloaded and installed every link on the page, where the heck is the psqlodbcwAMD Thanks in advanced for your soon reply!
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I have the feeling it is something to do with registry settings or DLLs. Thanks in advanced for your soon reply! Subscribe to this entry. Postgres OnLine Journal Msdasqll If not a reboot may be needed.
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We’ll need to try this out ourselves and report on it. I used eventually a different server to setup the Linked Server on a Windows mdasql. E-Mail addresses will not be displayed and will only be used for E-Mail notifications. Archives December November October Recent Display comments as Linear Threaded. JuanMa on Thank you in advance!
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It doesn’t seem to be a problem with the dBase driver specifically, I get exactly the same problem with the plain text file driver: Correct the errors and retry or press ESC to cancel the change s. Can you use the driver through the ODBC manager?
I installed process monitor and I saw that before throwing the msdadql SQL tries to get access to two paths: Your article is very Worthy. I installed process monitor and I saw that before throwing the error SQL tries to get access to two paths:. I don’t know why it didn’t work, most probably some registry key is messed up and does not read the dll file.
I downloaded and installed every link on the page, where the heck is the psqlodbcwAMD Your comment will only be submitted if the strings match. Thursday, August msdasqo, 9: Wolfgang on I can not see the tables of Postgres in the Object Explorer.
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Without another server to test on, I’d recommend biting the bullet and seeing if that does the trick. Is the Windows machine bit?
Does anybody know how I can fix this? Thank you for useful information.
To see if that is the issue, try selecting a couple of columns that are simple like just varchar and integer. Hi All I am stuck with a problem.