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Can anyone please help me i’m using window 7 64 bit. Go To Topic Listing General.
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As a first thing I’d try doing is specifying the name of the ODBC driver in your connect string as well. If, like me, none of this made any difference, go to here http: Support Visit our Support page to get instant support from experienced professionals, fast and detailed responses, user engagement and interaction, frequent builds with bug fixes, and much more.
In addition, we provide support for Advanced Connection String parameters. Sorry but it did not worked for me: Does anybody know how any program name for the connection?
How do I setup the DSN for Microsoft access ODBC driver? | Yellowfin BI
Forum This content is now out of date. Subscribe for monthly digest to get special offers. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Sign in Already have an account? I don’t no how to say thanksi was spent almost 2 hrs finally it got fixed: It’s the same driver!!!
I have used the ODBCad But, once I create the source in Yellowfin and select Microsoft Access and get the attached error???? Although I can see both drivers in the control panel uninstall programs they both have exactly the same name except the notation at the end as to the bit size.
With our fully Unicode driver, you can retrieve and work with any data from multi-lingual InterBase databases correctly, not depending on whether its charset is Latin, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Chinese, etc. Another appraoch is to write a VB Script which connects and retrieves the data for you – and after you have it working you can just run it within VoiceGuide’s Run VBS module I believe the link below can assist: I have MS Access on a 64 bit Dell computer. Thanks ffor the help i was searching here and there finally i get the solution: The descriptive string you use is correct, “Microsoft Access Driver.