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(PDF) OpenEdge ® 10 Platform & Product Availability Guide | RAY Mendes –
I will not take responsibility for any problems that you may have with your SQL database My dobc is a Windows Standard Edition 64bit server, with Progress Openedge Update Summary Updates are highlighted in red. Such a life cycle is appropriate for major releases of products. It is our intent is to support a selected set of distributions that have long lifecycles and that are well supported by the distributors and 102.a partners.
At the very least test it thoroughly before trying.
Microsoft Windows Home and Professional editions are for OpenEdge 10 Client and Development products only with the following exception: I will not take responsibility for any problems that you may have with your SQL database. The link is a great starting point Oracle 8i life cycle summary: Notify me of new posts via email.
Active, Functionally Stable, Mature and Retired 1. The SQL application needs to be compiled in 32 bit mode. Casper, thanks for your reply. Did you try looking in Progress Kbase for the error? Thread starter myxzplick Start date Oct 5, I wonder how many named clients it would serve Casper. The only supported mode of supporting After-Imaging between servers is when both servers are identical platforms, which Progress defines as being the same hardware and operating system versions as well as the same OpenEdge versions.
What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. What technical decisions did they take that were controversial? In the unlikely event that the necessary files should someday become unavailable from IBM, customers should contact Progress Technical Support, who will follow up with Development in regard to obtaining the files from Progress.
It would be an interesting licensemodel however if you would really need a 64 bit driver to connect to a progress application.
Installing OpenEdge 10.2A ODBC Driver in a 64bit OS
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Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Cesar Marrero Cesar Marrero 5 5 silver badges 15 15 bronze badges. For example, the following are considered by Progress Software to be different platforms: I keep this in an easily accessible file so I can quickly paste it in at any time.
All other driver versions with the same vendor, DLL name and driver name are also supported. We keep our SSL version upto date.