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There is little point in adding a user, system and file DSN as your code is not using any of them. You are using what is usually referred to as a "DSN-less" connection. If you were using any of your created DSNs your connection string would be "DSN=my_created_dsn" or FILEDSN=path_to_file. As you are using "DRIVER=xxx" all you are doing is telling the ODBC driver manager which driver to load and the other attributes in the connection string tell the driver what mysql db to connect to. The name you use for xxx needs to be exactly the name of the driver as shown in the odbc drivers tab. If you are going to continue connecting like this you can delete all your DSNs.


I had a similar problem using ADODB 32 bit on a VB app with Windows 7 64 bit, you do need to use the 32 bit odbcad32 located in the SysWOW64 folder but you also need to install the 64 bit driver and the 32 bit driver for MySQL (they come together in the 64 bit download) doing this ended 3 months of frustration trying to get my 32 bit app to work on Windows 7


Nothing you've said clearly indicates whether you're using the 32-bit or 64-bit ODBC Administrator, nor whether you instlaled the 32-bit or 64-bit MyODBC driver, but this is almost certainly the root of your problem. Note that both the 32-bit and 64-bit program are named the same, odbcad32.exe. The difference is in their counterintuitive directory location -- System32 (for 64-bit components) and SysWow64 (for 32-bit components).


I'm working on a program that utilizes a MySQL database. I wrote the program on my old XP machine utilizing the System.Data.ODBC library using the MySQL ODBC 5.1 Driver. Everything was working fine until I upgraded to my new 7 64 bit computer. I've installed the MySQL connector with the ODBC 5.1 driver and am unable to make a connection using the same ODBC library. When using the data library, I'm able to make a connection, so I know the communications from my computer to the database are fine. Has anyone else had issues with using the system.data.odbc library with the mysql 5.1 driver


After you install the driver, append the following section to the /etc/odbcinst.ini file (if it's not already there), using the correct information for your environment. For example, make sure the driver is located in the path specified.


Note: The Zendesk driver is a JDBC driver so it doesn't require a odbc.ini file. 1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for Zendesk will download onto your computer.2. Unzip the file, and then copy it to the following directory.


Typically, you would go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Data Sources (ODBC) and add a User DSN. However, if you do this, you will not see the MySQL ODBC 5.1 Driver listed because it is a 32-bit driver and you are using Windows 7 64-bit. Instead, to access the 32-bit ODBC data sources, run c:\Windows\syswow64\odbcad32.exe from the start menu. You can add the User DSN there and it will show up when in Access when configuring the DSN.


Additionally, under /opt/amazon/redshiftodbc/Setup on Linux or /opt/amazon/redshift/Setup on macOS X, there are sample odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini files. You can use these files as examples for configuring the Amazon Redshift ODBC driver and the data source name (DSN).


Whichever option you choose for the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini files, modify the files to add driver and DSN configuration information. If you create new files, you also need to set environment variables to specify where these configuration files are located.


By default, ODBC driver managers are configured to use hidden versions of the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini configuration files (named .odbc.ini and .odbcinst.ini) located in the home directory. They also are configured to use the amazon.redshiftodbc.ini file in the /lib subfolder of the driver installation directory. If you store these configuration files elsewhere, set the environment variables described following so that the driver manager can locate the files. For more information, see "Specifying the Locations of the Driver Configuration Files" in the Amazon Redshift ODBC connector installation and configuration guide.


By default, ODBC driver managers are configured to use hidden versions of the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini configuration files (named .odbc.ini and .odbcinst.ini) located in the home directory. They also are configured to use the amazon.redshiftodbc.ini file in the /lib subfolder of the driver installation directory. If you store these configuration files elsewhere, the environment variables so that the driver manager can locate the files. For more information, see "Specifying the Locations of the Driver Configuration Files" in Amazon Redshift ODBC Connector Installation and Configuration Guide.


In Linux and macOS X, you set driver configuration options in your odbc.ini and amazon.redshiftodbc.ini files, as described in Use an ODBC driver manager to configure the driver on Linux and macOS X operating systems. Configuration options set in an amazon.redshiftodbc.ini file apply to all connections. In contrast, configuration options set in an odbc.ini file are specific to a connection. Configuration options set in odbc.ini take precedence over configuration options set in amazon.redshiftodbc.ini.


As for the latest version, all efforts to search the Ubuntu repository for the ODBC driver are in vain: of all the repositories listed in the software sources, none of them include the libmyodbc package. According to the Ubuntu version history, the package used to exist but has been deleted due to a certain bug. 153554b96e






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