This is the odbcad Sign up using Facebook. When you run the normal ODBC Administrator from the control panel, it runs the 64 bit version that does not list the 32 bit drivers installed on the machine. While you should seek to replace FoxPro with something that isn’t ancient there are still legitimate business cases to use it. The reason the issue cropped up was due to me upgrading microsoft excel from to Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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What next steps should I take in troubleshooting foxro issue? Please refer to this for more details. You should ask this in the forum and not in the articles.
Ramhound Thanks for your help. You can find the forum at http: I can already tell you that is exactly what you did because your Access driver is bit.
It will be highly appreciated if you can tell me the work around, I am relatively new in Visual Foxpro, currently experimenting version 9. The reason the issue cropped up was due to me upgrading microsoft excel from to Sign up using Facebook.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. It works fine on my bit operating system. Email Required, but never shown.
I can see now that this is not an option due to there not being a foxpro 64 bit driver. 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.
Please, i need help!!!!! This is the odbcad You will get a better response.
Sign up using Facebook. As I said the problem has been around for over a decade now.
This Page describes how to run the 32 bit drivers on bit windows. Email Required, but never shown.