I then made sure the information within the options tab was correct. I am just a bit surprised there is no “install just the ODBC driver” option inside the workstation setup process, given how easy it would be to do it, or at least some other post here having the process I discovered through trial-and-error. User DSNs work only for a specific user on a machine. Ah, the devel is in the details! I then tried to create a new table connection and received the following error:

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I am using the DSN to connect to the database through pentaho an etl tool and it works. If nothow can I establish this goal? I saw where someone said the IIS mas 90 4.0 odbc permissions were different but I have full admin rights on both machines and still no luck.

Mas will run on a 64bit system, in 32bit compabilty mode.

I would use the Repair Console and leave the policies alone. I installed the MAS server and the desktop client on that machine.

Mas90 Driver ODBC driver could Not be found

I then tried to create a new table connection and received the following error:. In the end, the ms was simple: I don’t know what to do.

Start your 7-day Free Trial. You have to use the 64 bit one. List blocks and screens can now be defined that can be referenced in ASP pages and in.


This is the error I receive: Did I miss anything, or was there as likely as not a simple ODBC installation routine hiding somewhere in the MAS90 folders on the server–or, worse yet, mas 90 4.0 odbc post in this forum that explains all of this? For example, no matter who logs onto the machine, system DSNs can be seen by all odbcc, and they are stored in the Local Machine section of the Registry.

It sounds like you have a rights or security issue in the windows folders that prevents you making changes. The ODBC drivers and configurations were different prior to 3.

Finally to be sure that my settings were correct I tested them using the “Test Connection” button on Debug tab. Here is the ODBC setup from a registry perspective.

Sage Obc Support does not provide assistance for issues related to third party products or enhancements, hardware, report customizations, mas 90 4.0 odbc or federal tax-related questions, or specific accounting questions. I used the installer to repair the installation mqs mas 90 4.0 odbc that this would reinstall the driver and that it would see those files.

Your issue is that you want to run multiple installs from one desk top. The ODbC connection will not connect through the web portal. I have discussed this previously in the article ” Linking to 3rd Party Databases mas 90 4.0 odbc. Get answers and train to solve all your tech problems – anytime, anywhere. I tried doing the workstation installation, then un-installing, which asks this question: OK both those file are missing.


Mas90 4.0 Driver ODBC driver could Not be found

I guess we will be look for a different solution for this install maybe a seperate XP desktop in our server room. Has anyone a mas 90 4.0 odbc solution for the mas 90 4.0 odbc to enable this? Mmas answered “No” and proceeded to complete the un-installation.

It looks like changing to a bit ODBC fix that issue but now I pdbc this issue and haven’t had much luck. I tried to over right the program but mas will not let me do that.

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To order the driver you can contact sales pvxplus. Start your 7-day free trial. That is a question better answered by the EE Admins as I don’t know their policy in this area.