Enter the code shown: Sign up using Email and Password. Kindly help me to resolve this issue. Nagesh 3 15 Post as a guest Name. I could able to register this dll but when run my application which accesses VFP database is throwing the following error:
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Visual FoxPro ODBC Driver – SQL Server | Microsoft Docs
What next steps should I take in troubleshooting this issue? Alex Ritter 1 1.
Sign up using Email and Password. Verify you didn’t by accident install a bit version of Excel.
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It works fine on my bit operating system. Nagesh 3 15 It works because your not using a bit installaton of Office.
I’ve been googling for over two hours now, with no new developments. Kindly help me to resolve this issue. Ramhound Thanks for your help. This is the odbcad You should ask this in the forum and not in the articles. When you run the normal ODBC Administrator from the control panel, it runs the fooxpro bit version that does not list the 32 bit drivers installed on the machine.
Email Required, but never shown. Sir my problem is a bit related to this issue, Im trying to connect to an Oracle 10g database, the ODBC confirms that I am connected in the database, when I execute sqkconnect in VF I got a positive number meaning I am connected in the database, but thats all I can do, I cannot open any tables in the database, it says files doesn;t exist.
Windows 10 unable to add Visual FoxPro ODBC driver – Super User
While you should seek to replace FoxPro with something that isn’t ancient there are still legitimate business cases to use it. If a business has a good enough reason to use it, that likely means somebody, came up with a solution.
Sign up using Email and Password. As I said the problem has been around for over a decade now. I can already tell you that is exactly what you did because your Access driver is bit.
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