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  1. Hi all, I hope you can help me with this. I need to connect to a Database using Cloudera ODBC Driver for Impala. I installed the driver, created a User DSN (drona2) and tested it successfully (got the message: Successfully connected to data source!) but when I try to connect to the database using a Conneciton String, it simply didn't work. I tried connecting to the database using the User DSN, I previously created, that has all parameters needed but got the following error: $ProviderDatasource = 'DSN=drona2;' $conn_Database = ObjCreate ("ADODB.Connection") $co
  2. Question How to detect / determine if requested ODBC driver is not available? Not installed? Is there a specific function / error code to check for? I asked this on the ADO.UDF support page, but I think the issue is not limited to that UDF. What test can be run to determine if the requested ODBC data driver is available? Skysnake
  3. Hi, Im about to start making an autoit script that will read the current ODBC settings, have a drop down to select a different one which would then update the ODBC in windows to use the new settings. Can anyone point me in the direction of how to read the ODBC 32 bit settings? are they in the registry?
  4. I would love to have some help or guidance I am able to Query from my database but I am not able to Update or insert etc because I lack the knowledge for it this is my code for to retrieve some data from and works perfect Dim $ueberschriften = "" Dim $anzahl = 0 Dim $dsncount = 1 Global $DSN = "MTXXV5" Global $Query = "Select * from VIEWS" Func SSSQL($SSQuery) ;SuperSonicSQL     ConsoleWrite($SSQuery & @LF)     $cmboVal = ""     $adoCon = ObjCreate("ADODB.C
  5. Hello all! I've been scouring the interwebs for a whiff of anybody else who's had this problem and come up empty. Here's the deal: I wrote a simple little script that I've used for months now quite successfully, but I'm also experiencing an error where the ODBC login window will pop up, garbage text will automatically dump into the username, password, and sometimes the source fields, and then it will automatically try to log in and cause it to fail. It's intermittent, and I have no idea what's causing it. It happens in databases that I've never automated, but it does exactly what the script I
  6. I need to change/edit the password on a system dsn that uses sql authentication. I need to modify this on 400 workstations. I wrote the following to change the password: run("rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL odbccp32.cpl",@SystemDir,@SW_HIDE) winwait("ODBC Data Source Administrator") ControlCommand ( "ODBC Data Source Administrator", "", "SysTabControl321" , "tabright") Send("!c") winwait("Microsoft SQL Server DSN Configuration") WinWaitActive("Microsoft SQL Server DSN Configuration", "This wizard") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Microsoft SQL Server DSN Configuration", "How sho
  7. I had a problem getting a connection to "SQL Server" on 64 bit PCs (running XP) even though 32 bit PCs connected easily. Even compiling for 32bit was (initially) insufficient and to get it working at all on a 64bit PC, I ended up forcing its use of TCP/IP protocol by specifying a port number (that is apparently picked up as a default by 32 bit PCs once "SQL Server" has been added with it configured in "Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Databases(ODBC) --> Add --> SQL Server --> Client Configuration" This worked for me on a 64bit PC, but only when compiled in 32bit:
  8. Hi all i have a problem, i want to extract a ODBC query ad insert the result in SqlLite table. When can i do it? I know use only excel but I wan't user it! becouse ODBC -> Excel -> Sqlite is very slow With $oExcel.ActiveSheet.ListObjects.Add(0, $DBString, True, 1, $oExcel.Range("$A$1")).QueryTable .CommandText = $Query .RowNumbers = False .FillAdjacentFormulas = False .PreserveFormatting = True .RefreshOnFileOpen = False .BackgroundQuery = True .RefreshStyle = 1 .SavePassword = False .SaveData = True .AdjustColumnWidth = True .RefreshPeriod = 0 .PreserveColumnInfo = Tr
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