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ODBC for PROGRESS – Progress Software: PROGRESS – Tek-Tips
Thanks for the above code fragment, I try to find out the database listener port information. Maybe you can visit the following site for more accurate information.
How can I get data out of our Progress databases, using vb? Of course that assumes a DSN has already been created on your machine. At work we have Progress databases. Thank you guys for your helpful advice, links and code fragments. It took a couple of days, but finally at last I got all the necessary pieces together the port numbers etc.
MERANT 32Bit Progress SQL92 vD on 64Bit Winows 7 |
Yes, I have Merant 3. Email Required, but never shown. FWIW all of the results that I see look like dodgy “freeware” sites that are more likely to infect you with something than provide a working ODBC driver. Friday, January 13, 8: But if you for some reason prefer Merant you could always try searching Google. There I found some interesting things Now I have some basic knowledge merantt odbc stuff and VB, and where to start Any help is greatly appreciated.
Tuesday, January 17, 8: Dharmesh Porwal 1, 2 10 You’re going to have to fill in the blanks a bit because I don’t have your system info. But in my pc, I have no progress odbc driver.
MERANT 3.60 32Bit Progress SQL92 v9.1D on 64Bit Winows 7
How do I get this driver? Tuesday, December 19, 5: Help us improve MSDN. So, now I should be able to develop a windows application in VB express-edition that can make use of the data stored in Progress databases, right?
I’m trying to connect progress 9. Where can I download it for an evaluation? Saturday, January 14, 6: Thank you Paul for your promt reply Whoever configured your database should have the listener port information?