I followed the advice here: but it does not apply. I am displaying my lack of understanding of drivers. If you are making any kind of a connection for an Access database, the solution seems to be not to go searching for apparently missing drivers but to just establish the connection from inside Access 2007, where you get the old familiar list of all sorts of drivers. Well, this may not be appropriate for this forum for installation problems. In this case acfess value should not be deleted or renamed. The problem is, I am using 64-bit Xp Pro and it does not see any Access driver on 64-bit architecture. Running this executable as administrator grants you administrator privileges to create data sources on the computer.
Full Specifications General Publisher Publisher web site Release Date May 10, 2010 Date Added May 10, 2010 Version 1. Some things in 64-bit Windows are the opposite of what you would expect. I recently got a new laptop and had to go through the ritual of reinstalling all my programs and drivers. I was told to the following: -Uninstall the 32-bit Database Access Engine -Uninstall the 64-bit Database Access Engine — Uninstall your 32-bit Office — Reboot the computer — Reinstall the 32 bit office — Reinstall the 32bit Database Access Engine. If you try, you will get an error message.
I previously tried using a powershell script to enumerate and uninstall them and that did not help either. There are two driver configuration tools on a 64-bit machine. It would not let me set a Machine connection, but did permit a User file level connection. In general, a 64-bit application requires a 64-bit driver for database connection. I need it to open the 64bit version.
} Please note that when calling each other, Altova applications will try to call a corresponding version, but if the corresponding version is not found, the opposite one will be called when available. OpenConnection DbConnection outerConnection, DbConnectionFactory connectionFactory at System. I assume it is installed into the machine with Office 32. Is there anything they would miss from the 32-bit 2007 version? If it has, then the installer bails. My installer program detects the 2013 32 bit office and installes the 32 bit accessdatabase engine. Using Process Monitor to gather more information The Microsoft Windows Sysinternals utility is a great resource for tracking permissions-related problems. I hope you can help me.
To do so, you must package and distribute your application with the Access 2010 Runtime. I will have a look on the Internet sea at I can find this again. I am experiencing the same. CreateConnection DbConnectionOptions options, DbConnectionPoolKey poolKey, Object poolGroupProviderInfo, DbConnectionPool pool, DbConnection owningObject at System. I think that one of these exe's is the 32 bit version and the other is the 64 bit version.
The version of the driver manager odbc32. Additionally, for my situation, will I need to modify any registry keys? Step 2 -- Open Administrative Tools In the control panel window, open up the Administrative Tools. Note that the trial Microsoft Office is actually the full-version Microsoft Office but without the license key. If you have ever attempted this, you know there is a secret. Uninstalling 32 bit Office and installing 64 bit Office is not an option due to the add-ins that our company uses. That is not the way it works.
If you have any hints, please let me know, however. Do I have to uninstall that too? After you have reproduced your error, look through the Process Monitor capture log for any errors in the Result column of logs, as shown in the following illustration: By analyzing the information in the Process Monitor logs, you can pinpoint any permissions-related issues. But I still get the same error. When I finished, the connection worked. In case ms access 64 bit odbc Officethe installation steps above should suffice.
You can configure this setting by changing the value of the Load User Profile attribute in the Advanced Settings dialog box for an application pool. If this processsed is incorrect, please let me know the correct process. Is that considered part of office? Please refer to the individual database developer Web sites for more information. Uploader: Date Added: 28 September 2013 File Size: 28. Hi Meagan — Thanks for the tip and the pointer, but man am i confused now.
Can Access 2007 32bit use a 64bit driver to connect to a database oracle in this case? Van Dinh Ok, I posted in that forum and I am hoping to get another response soon. The following sections will discuss some of the reasons why this may occur and how to resolve those situations. In such a case, even though the user has a valid Office installation on his or her machine, the application may still display an error regarding the installation or the registration of the proper drivers on the local machine. I know it has been 3 years since your post but thank you. Or maybe my machine got a goofy reinstall where the executable dirs are listed properly? Many modern software development and data processing environments are running up against a built-in memory limitation. WriteLine p ; } public static void ForEach this System.
Join us tonight in Lakewood. Otherwise the help of this thread on installing both drivers could be your solution. For instance, a 10-user keycode can support some users running the 32-bit version and others running the 64-bit version, in any combination required by the workgroup. That opened up the same window you get from the Control Panel. Forum This content is now out of date.