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I’ve also tried it on Windows Vista x32, same error. Tuesday, February 25, 8: Remove From My Forums.
No, I didn’t know. Has anyone successfully run this command on Win 7 x64?
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Thursday, August 6, 9: Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. I just tried it on x64 Win7 and made it work.
I think there are a couple problems. I’m going to award the answer to you, as all I wanted to know is whether it works on Win7 x64 out of the box. I can see both variations here in the registry: Monday, February 24, 7: Opening by specifying file name interface: If you get an error that mentions “ad hoc queries”, run the following to eliminate it: That option is not as simple as.
And here is the sample code within SSMS:. If I execute the following command: But first, you should create an ODBC Msdaasql of the corresponding type using Windows administrative tools, and point it to the folder which contains needed files. Beginners just getting started – here’s the place for help with simple questions.
Will it cause the Issue.? Is the Windows machine bit?
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Opening by specifying folder name interface: Wednesday, July 22, 7: Thursday, July 23, 8: I can’t use “back” to change my setting again. Here are basic connection strings more examples and details can be found in the Internet:. If I can understand why there might be mssdasql or them then I might be able to work out the problem.
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