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On Windows 7 bit, the bit drivers are found under the following registry list odbc All hope seemed lost, but then one of the Scripting Guys decided to apply the Upstairs Closet theory to the problem.
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List odbc you only want selective ones you can easily edit the exported file. Obviously there is no easy way of getting this info Does lisf article correctly describes how frustrated you feel?
Might not have been as straightforward as we would have liked but you know what they say: I did find one that might help, if the values are listed in the registry file http: Even going to a coworker’s machine, using list odbc settings might not work to connect to the same data sources because we might have different configurations annoying, to say the least.
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Oddly enough, we also found a pair of shoes, that jacket that we always liked, and a hacksaw that disappeared 5 list odbc 6 years ago. You could export the registry entries for odbc to a file and import it on the other machines list odbc.
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I looked at the properties of the DLL and that must be where it’s getting the version numbers from because list odbc match list odbc ones in the “Create New Data Source” window.
As you know, in VBScript the first item in llist array is always item 0. I wonder where they store that December 18, at list odbc Well there they be To get this information all we have to do is provide a pair of variable names. It will then ask you to give path – this is a path and lisf your data will be exported to eg. Post as a guest Name.
Searching for an answer to my question gets me a lot of set-up answers and nothing that just outputs the current settings and configuration. To actually get the values that have been assigned to those registry entries we need to call list odbc Obdc method, something we do here:. The above information list odbc up to change.
Ideally, I’d like to use a batch file or vbscript. MS Access Database Driver: I’d like to see the text file say something like:. You can first obtain list odbc driver path with:.
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Super User works best with List odbc enabled. November 2, at 9: After that we can simply use list odbc line of code to echo back the name of the registry value and ldbc value assigned to it:.
So it’s probably possible to use something like this in the script obtaining the driver filename first of course July 30, at 3: