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Pervasive 10 64-bit on Win 2008 - ODBC Driver missing???

Pervasive 10 64-bit on Win 2008 - ODBC Driver missing???

Pervasive 10 64-bit on Win 2008 - ODBC Driver missing???

- Windows Server 2008 - 64bit
- Pervasive  64-bit

I've installed my app, setup the databases in PCC and when I go to setup my DSN's in the ODBC administrator, I have only MS SQL server -- I don't have anything for Pervasive SQL.  

I don't see anything about this in the whats new docs or even step by step guides in the user or advanced oeprations guide on setting up DSN's on the server.   We do run the app on the DB server,  I'm getting ready to install the app and PSQL 10 client on a workstation and will see what happens, but am I missing something here?

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RE: Pervasive 10 64-bit on Win 2008 - ODBC Driver missing???

You'll need to use the 32 bit ODBC Administrator.  It's in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSWOW64 directory.  You can also create the DSN/DBN through the PCC.  
The 64 bit PSQL engine is 64 bit for Btrieve only.  The ODBC is still 32 bit.

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