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Some things in bit Windows are the opposite of what you would expect. This document contains information related to the bit version of the ODBC driver.
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How To Set Up ODBC Connectivity To An AS/400
The below link has a step by step guide that worked well for me http: Document information More support for: Check here to start a new keyword search. The version of the driver manager odbc ODBC applications running in bit versions of Windows will automatically use the appropriate ODBC driver, depending on whether the application was compiled as bit or bit.
Sign up using Email and Password. That is not the way it works. All available information indicates imstall all bit files are stored in System32 and all bit files are stored in SysWOW Cid 1, 1 14 Contact and feedback Need support? The best way to ensure that the correct DSN is created is to always use the ODBC Administration shortcuts that are created in the iSeries Access for Windows Program group because those shortcuts are properly labeled as either bit or bit.
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IBM Where are the ODBC drivers that access DB2/ on the iSeries? – United States
You can download DB2 clients for your DB2 version from here: I need to access the database in the DB2 server. It is recommended to install inztall V5R3M0 client using a merged PTF installation image rather than installing the base V5R3 client and then installing the service pack.
One would think that the bit system files would go in the System32 directory and the bit system files would go in the SysWOW64 directory. Both versions are named odbcad