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MAS 90 work around on 64 bit server

MAS 90 work around on 64 bit server

MAS 90 work around on 64 bit server

So I run the workstation setup already and the mas 90 is already running on a windows server but with a 64 bit operating system.  The problem is we have this admin site that contains a perl program which needs to connect to the mas 90 database and get information from it for the fedex system.  I don't see the mas 90 odbc driver on the odbc source manager most probably because it is a 32 bit driver on a 64-bit operating system.  Is there anyone who knows a workaround for this?

I would really appreciate if someone can help me with this.


RE: MAS 90 work around on 64 bit server

The ODBC driver is installed when you run work station setup.

Plus you should be posting on the Sage Community rather than here. With the Sage Community you have power users, resellers and Sage tech support answering and posting.

RE: MAS 90 work around on 64 bit server

yes i know it should already be installed but since it is 32 bit odbc driver on a 64-bit operating system, it is not recognized on the odbc manager, so i still can't create a dsn using the mas 90 32-bit odbc driver..tnx for the advice though

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