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Odbc data source 64 bit
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Note: If you are using a computer with a bit operating system, you need to use the steps below to set up an ODBC data source for the system's database. On a bit Windows machine, use the Control Panel to launch the bit ODBC data source administrator. To launch the bit ODBC data source administrator, run the following: C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\odbcadexe. %SystemRoot%\system32\odbcadexe is used to create and maintain data source names for bit applications. %SystemRoot%\SysWOW64\odbcadexe is used to create and maintain data source names for bit applications, including bit applications that run on bit operating systems.
Search for or browse to the ODBC Data Sources (bit) applet in the Control Panel. If you only have a bit driver, or you know that you have Make sure the driver you - Step 1 - Select the data - Option 1 - Provide a DSN. Before you begin. On bit Windows computers, make sure that you run the bit version of the Microsoft ODBC Data Source Administrator C:\Windows\SysWOW64\odbcadexe, as InfoSphere Information Server is a bit application. On bit Windows, you can install both bit and bit drivers. Run the Datasource editor from this path c:\Windows\SysWOW64\odbcadexe.
When setting up an ODBC data source on versions of Windows newer than XP that can be either bit or bit, it is important to know both the bit architecture. The ODBC Data Source Administrator on Windows lets you create DSNs, check To identify whether a DSN was created using the bit or the bit driver. In OS X, you must use a bit ODBC client driver. Use the following procedure as a general guideline for configuring data sources (refer to the documentation. It's likely the shortcut for setting ODBC data sources is pointing to the 32bit data sources instead of 64bit. Go to control panel -> administrative.