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Problem Importing MySQL table to C4W using MyODBC

Problem Importing MySQL table to C4W using MyODBC

Problem Importing MySQL table to C4W using MyODBC

(OP)
I am trying to import a MySQL Database into Clarion 4.0 for Windows via MyODBC.  I have tried various versions of the MyODBC driver including 2.50.24, 2.50.31 and 2.50.37 and the modified Open Clarion MyODBC.dll v2.50.31 without success.  I can log onto the database, but keep getting an "error reading file format" message.   

Any tips would be appreciated!

RE: Problem Importing MySQL table to C4W using MyODBC

(OP)
I have solved the problem.  Apparently the Clarion 4.0 IDE is 16bit /or requires the 16bit ODBC.DLL.  I installed a demo version of SQLAnywhere and now everything works fine.  Don't you just love it!    

RE: Problem Importing MySQL table to C4W using MyODBC

I am trying to connect a MySQL Database into Clarion 5.0 for Windows via MyODBC.

But I couldn't to do.
Any tips would be appreciated!

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