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I developed a software autoit using MySQL UDF (of cdkid).
The original development was done under Windows 7 x86 with ODBC 3.51.28 (mysql-connector-odbc-3.51.28-win32) but I just switch to Windows 7 X64 and then nothing works: not launch the program can not establish the connection by autoit. But the SQL server works fine (management with PHPMYADMIN + MySQL Workbench).
To all launches I see:
"[...] Line 27 (File .... mysql.au3)
$ Objeconn.open ("driver = ..............................) ^ ERROR
Error The requested action with this object Has Failed "
Can you help me?
Which version is compatible X64?
If my library (MySQL UDF - cdkid) is not compatible X64, you can advise me which one?
Should the new library does not demand too much change in the software ...
Thank you to you :)


======> Tomy ... just for fun ;) <======

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With odbc 3.51.28 32bit + compilation in 32 too, 'Error: the requested actions with this object Has Failed "
Same thing when I spend all x64: Compilation x64 + x64 drivers: Even mistake ...
If I compile in x64 and takx32 driver my back test error on the SQL connection told me he misses the driver ...
Ditto if I do the same thing with a compilation driver 32bit + x64 ...
With version "magic" : mysql-connector-odbc-3.51.28-win64
I combined the two cases: 32bit and x64 compilation with the same message at the start: "Error: the requested actions with this object Has Failed"
As a program of more than 10,000 lines made ​​in the course of my business, if there is a compatible X64 MySQL UDF and not requiring too much change, I'm interested.
I await your opinion :)

======> Tomy ... just for fun ;) <======

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