It works fine on my bit operating system. It can only connect to 32 bit ODBC drivers. I hear what you’re saying Ramhound. Post as a guest Name. If a business has a good enough reason to use it, that likely means somebody, came up with a solution. As I said the problem has been around for over a decade now.
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Verify you didn’t by accident install a bit version of Excel. Kindly help me to resolve this issue.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. While you should seek to replace FoxPro with something that isn’t ancient there are still legitimate business cases to use it.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Enter the code shown: I’ve been googling for over two hours now, with no new developments.
You should ask this in the forum and not in the odhc. Email Required, but never shown. I could able to register this dll but when run my application which accesses VFP database is throwing the following error: Sign up using Facebook. Sorry also I don’t if this is the right place to ask questions. It works because your not using a bit installaton of Office.
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This Page describes how to run the 32 bit drivers on bit windows. Post as a guest Name. Alex Ritter 1 1.
I have installed the latest driver downloaded directly from microsoft, and I have found the driver. It works fine on my bit operating system.
Ah, setting Platform Target to X86 solved this issue for me, thanks!!!
It will be highly appreciated if you can tell me the work around, I am relatively new in Visual Foxpro, currently experimenting version 9. Sign up using Email and Password. Does anyone know how to solve? This is the odbcad I was hoping to be able to use the bit version of excel, as my excel sheet has thousands of calculations, and was producing memory shortage errors while calculating.
As I said the problem has been around for over a decade now. With Windows 7 bit no problem.