Your point is well taken about using JDBC drivers and that is definitely a possibility for some of our data sources, but this server that I’m working on is a test to see what works and what doesn’t. But only Adobe could answer that for you. However, when we select it and create a datasource, we get the following error: Go to original post. I offered several links explaining that.
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Here’s the stack trace: This is interesting and timely.
I know Sarge is a regular member of the House of Fusion list. For those who missed it, it’s here: He also contacted Oracle support and verified he was installing them correctly. We are setting up a new web server: Create a new Microsoft Access Datasource and give it a name you’ll need it name later.
Please macromedix your message and try again. Also, I appreciate the annoyance of those who would think this should “just work” without workarounds. So, it seems like the Administrator is smart enough to show only the bit DSNs, but whenever you try to connect to one, it gets confused and kicks up an “architecture mismatch” error.
ScottStroz this is a client requirement for something they acquired. I have a support ticket in with Adobe on this Oracle specificallybut haven’t heard anything yet. I think most haven’t noticed this or made much of it simply because Access has been eschewed by so many for so long.
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There seem to be a few alternative solutions, each with pros and cons. To the left or bottom for mobileyou will find a directory of important administration pages.
Error Executing Database Query.
But I just found a clarificaiton in a devnet article by an Sequdlink engineer that does seem to put the nail in the coffin:. They’re all JDBC drivers.
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