I inherited a pretty old application (developed with CF5 to CF8) that
uses a 32 bit ODBC data source on Win 2008 64 bit to connect to a 32
bit Sybase SQL Anywhere 7 database.
When I try to set up this data spource in Railo (WAR file deployed on
Tomcat 64 bit) as a JDBC-ODBC bridge datasource, Railo complains that
the datasource was not found and that no suitable driver exists. When
I try to define a datasource using the Sybase option that comes with
Railo, I get the message that the login failed, although I am 100%
certain that the credentials are correct.
So my question is: is there an easy way to connect to a 32 bit
database from Railo 64 bit?
Actually that has nothing to do with 64bit or 32bit. Just imagine the server
being behind a firewall or in another network. How should Railo detect that
at all? I guess it is the ODBC datasource definition/driver that gives you
trouble. Could you try to use a JDBC driver for it? There should be SQL
Anywhere JDBC drivers available.
Greetings from Switzerland
Railo Technologies Professional Open Source
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Betreff: [railo] Conect to a 32 bit ODBC data source from Railo 64 bit?
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