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Connection string SoftVelocity ODBC v5 drive and VB2010 Express?

Connection string SoftVelocity ODBC v5 drive and VB2010 Express?

Connection string SoftVelocity ODBC v5 drive and VB2010 Express?

Anyone can help me with good connection string for connection via ODBC (already purchased ODBC driver v5) with TPS databases located on hard disk in folder: D:\APPLIC\2012

I used string:
Dim con As New OdbcConnection("Driver={SoftVelocity Topspeed driver (*.tps)};Dbq=D:\APPLIC\2012\;pwd=;extension=tps;oem=N;datefield=%date%;timefield=%time%;nullemptystr=N")

query1 = "SELECT customers.NAME FROM Customer.tps"
Dim com As New OdbcCommand(query1, con)

Dim rdr As OdbcDataReader = com.ExecuteReader
While rdr.Read()
.... ...

But after start reader I got ERROR [42000] [SoftVelocity Inc.][TopSpeed ODBC Driver]Unexpected extra token:

Please help!
Thanks in advance

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