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ZEN delivery of ODBC Connection Settings

ZEN delivery of ODBC Connection Settings

ZEN delivery of ODBC Connection Settings

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Hi,

I have a ZEN delivered application which also needs some ODBC settings configured, currently we can deliver the application but have to manualy configure the ODBC settings. Does anyone know of a way to automaticaly deliver the ODBC settings with the app. I have tried using Installshield AdminStudio, but not got on too well with this for the ODBC settings.

We are using Zen 6.5sp2

Thanks.

RE: ZEN delivery of ODBC Connection Settings

The ODBC settings should be simple registry changes

use any tool you feel comfortable with to find out what those registry changes are (SnapShot would be my choice), then just import those changes into the application object.

=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+
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