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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 pdbc as a desktop, a workstation or an application-server machine.
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Also I tried to re-install all the features for client networking using the Custom installation, but the option for 64 bit doesn’t appear. I’ve been reading several threads here to find some similiar to what I’ve been through, but I couldn’t find anything. A product specialist will be glad to get in touch with you. We keep our SSL version upto date. Powered openedye Progress Sitefinity.
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I kinda doubt it I wonder how many named clients it would serve Casper. Maybe you need to contact support.
What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. REG file, and copy the lines below: I have a For additional information on this scoring system, refer to https: But then again I didn’t actually met many good business reasons for the need of a 64 bit driver so far. Thread starter myxzplick Start date Oct 5, So, I apoligize if I’m inserting an repeated thread, but here it goes: Select type of offense: Email Required, but never shown.
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