Most Progress 64 bit driver still use 32 bit libraries. Thread starter myxzplick Start date Oct 5, What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. This Bit client to Bit server bridging is achieved as a result of the RDBMS-independent communications layer used by these drivers. If I have, what are my options? Sign up using Email and Password.
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OpenEdge ODBC Driver for Unix / Linux & Windows – DataDirect Connectivity
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This Bit client to Bit server bridging is achieved as a result of the RDBMS-independent communications layer used by these drivers.
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Has anyone been able to get the true 64 bit driver yet? Connect any application to any data source anywhere.
Installing OpenEdge 10.2A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS
Day 1 Support for any new versions Day One Support for disruptive technologies with frequent release cycles. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Regards, MyxzPlick “The truth is openevge there. Our Single-Tier ODBC Drivers for Progress are a single component installed on a data-consuming machine – depending on the architecture in which the driver is deployed, either a client such as a desktop, a workstation or an application-server machine.
The only way to ensure full compatibility between a 64bit application and a data access driver or provider is to obtain a 64bit version.