HKEY LOCAL MACHINE SOFTWARE ODBC ODBCINST.INI ODBC DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS 7

But differently the value ” value not set ” has been entered manually. Thank you for this guide, only just ran into the issue and found this straight away. Above screenshot is taken from a x64 bit system for a x64 bit driver We realized that the values for the following registry keys should always be value not set and if the value is set to an empty string or any other value either by Third party application or open this registry and close it without any changes we will run into similar kind of issues where the drivers are not listed in ODBC Data Source Administrator odbcad32 On a x64 bit system for a x64 bit drivers: May 13, at 9: May 16, at 9:

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April 18, at 5: Overview With an increased demand for performance, many database administrators are taking advantage of a Microsoft Windows bit x64 operating system that sottware provide additional memory to applications. If these are not the reasons for your scenario, high likely you’re creating too many DSNs and odbcad Keep up the good work.

May 16, at 9: But it was like below in the problematic keys; the ” value not set ” string value has been added there manually like that: A t tachments 0 Page History.

April 20, at 8: Normally Windows Registry Editor shows the value ” value not set ” for something if its value really not set.

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Thank you for this guide, only just ran into the issue and found this straight away. When you’ve double clicked on ” Default ” you’ll get “Edit String” dialog box like below if the value is really ” value not set “; you should see odgc in “Value data” textbox:.

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Click OK and the Registry Editor will open. Go to the following path C: Above screenshot is taken from a x64 bit system for a x64 bit driver. My colleague Olga big thanks goes to her warned me about checking the ” value not set ” hkey local machine software odbc odbcinst.ini odbc for the keys.

But if your application is 32bit, it will never see this DSN created using 64bit odbcad September 4, at 2: To make this hkey local machine software odbc odbcinst.ini odbc easier we just need to execute the following command in elevated command prompt and refresh the registry reg. Contains all the “ODBC Drivers” existing on your machine and just a few additional ODBC Core related keys Putting al those information in mind, I dived into the registry of the problematic server and walked through those registry keys and all were looking fine.

Toughbook Drivers — http: With an increased demand for performance, many database administrators are taking advantage of a Microsoft Windows bit x64 operating system that can provide additional memory to applications.

ODBC driver does not show up in driver list in ODBC data source administrator – Windows Server

Exporting the registry branches and looking at it with a text editor that shows non-printable characters will find them quickly. Go to Start Run and enter the following: But differently hkey local machine software odbc odbcinst.ini odbc value ” value not set ” has been entered manually. When you’ve double clicked on ” Default ” you’ll get “Edit String” dialog box like below if the value is really ” value not set “; you should see nothing in “Value data” textbox: Something to note, this DSN was created via a software install years ago.

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However, when moving their applications from their legacy bit x86 Windows systems, administrators are frequently confused – how should they set up the new ODBC database connections for their legacy application? Following her directions, I decided to take a registry export as.

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What if your ODBC DSNs want to play “hide-and-seek” with you ?

On a x64 bit system for a x32 bit driver: We did check odbcinstt.ini we had the sufficient privileges on the system, the third party client tools is properly installed and we are able to use this driver for connecting to the third party databases without any issues.

They both have the same executable name but they reside in different locations on the file system:.

Refer to our support. Also the newly created DSNs were coming there under the odbcinsti.ni places as they should be. To make this even easier we just need to execute the following command in elevated command prompt and refresh the registry.

But it was like below in the problematic keys; the ” value not set ” string value has been added there manually like that:.