ODBC 64-BIT driver for 10.1 c?

sentinelace

New Member
I was told they do NOT make a 64-bit driver for 10.1.c

I need it so I can use sharepoint and a third party tool. Does it not exist? What are my options?
 

TomBascom

Curmudgeon
Upgrade...
 

sentinelace

New Member
what version can I upgrade to easily? Last upgrade from 9.2 was a nightmare. Can I upgrade to a version with no affect?
 

TomBascom

Curmudgeon
There is no such thing as 9.2.

Upgrading the database is trivial. Shutdown, truncate the bi file, backup, switch to the new release and restart.

Are you running a commercial application or something home-grown?

Upgrading applications requires a re-compile when the version number changes and may entail some minor tweaks as bugs are fixed, loopholes closed and new keywords are introduced but it is only a "nightmare" when someone goes out of their way to make it so (the someone may be the provider of your software...)
 

sentinelace

New Member
sorry I meant version 9. Commercial application. The nightmare was because the commercial business we use have no clue what they are doing but we are stuck with them.
 

sentinelace

New Member
So what is the next version I can upgrade to without going to 11?
 

TomBascom

Curmudgeon
10.2B is the last version 10 release. It is currently at service pack 5. So 10.2B05 would be the natural target.
 
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