DLC should refer to the I had looked at the download site of Progress, but I saw that there is not available a bit version. Kbase Solution P Code:. No components need be installed on the database server. Powered by Progress Sitefinity.
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Learn about the top 10 reasons high-performance data connectivity is critical for your business. Jensd 5, 2 20 DLC should refer to the It would be an interesting licensemodel however if you would really need a 64 bit driver to connect to a progress application. Log in with your ID on http: Regards, MyxzPlick “The truth is out there.
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What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. Maybe you need to contact support. But then again I didn’t actually met many good business reasons openeege the need of a 64 bit driver so far. Progress DataDirect management of packet-based network communication provides unsurpassed packet transport, network round trips and data buffering optimization.
I kinda doubt it Flaming or offending other users. The only way to ensure full compatibility between a 64bit oebc and a data access driver or provider is to obtain a 64bit version. You must log in or register to reply here.
Post as a guest Name. Sexually explicit or offensive language. It might be 64-blt open link drivers can fill that gap. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. You do have options.
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Thank you for your response. There’s also a product called “Pro2” replication that can “almost live” replicate from Progress to for instance SQL server if you have that demand. Thread starter myxzplick Start date Oct 5, Login or create an account to post a review.
Sign up using Email and Password. Day 1 Support for any new versions Day One Support for disruptive technologies with frequent release cycles. 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.
Most Progress 64 bit driver still use 32 bit libraries. I had looked at the download site of Progress, but I saw that there is not available a bit version.