|Subject:||Re: MS SQL and DB files
|Date:||Tue, 29 Mar 2022 11:44:45 +1100
|From:||Tom Krieg <tomkIGNORE@CAPSsdassociates.com.au>
If it's a 32bit ODBC driver you should be able to set up an ODBC DNS
name and access it from MS SQL Server. In that case, you could do a
SELECT * FROM.
If it's a 16bit driver, you're out of luck. 16bit programs don't work on
Windows10 unless you install 16bit compatibility programs.
Anyone here know?
On 28/03/2022 8:54 pm, modridirkac wrote:
> Have no idea.
> Asking for a coworker, who installed that intersolv a decade ago.
> He does not know from where and how :)
> He doesn't know much about paradox, I do not know much
> about web and MSSql.
> Would like just to be able to write
> select * from table
> on MsSQL and read data from DB table.
>> Bring me up to speed on this. Is the Intersolv Paradox ODBC driver
>> 16bit or 32bit?