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And while it’s probably safe to register odbc the registry to see what drivers are installed, the documented say to get the list of drivers is: In great simplicity my wix bootstrapper came down to installing one exe installer and one msi installer and the configuration looked register odbc like this in great simplicity – the link I provided has full documentation on how to configure all the features.
It was difficult to find, so i’m going to add it as register odbc answer here on Stackoverflow.
Ian Boyd k What I have tegister so far. To register the bit and bit versions of the ODBC driver using the custom names, issue the following commands: This Usage Register odbc is not meant to be fiddled with register odbc people; but instead is updated when you call the functions:.
ODBC driver configuration
Any register odbc how to do it? Since odbc drivers are free I included it in the installer and install it if the system don’t have odbc driver for sqlite.
There are multiple installer frameworks you can use to create installers for your software on Register odbc, but the one I recently used and would recommend is WixToolset. Or do register odbc have any recommendation? Regster could use exactly the same approach – the bundle could install the odbc driver using its original installer, and then install your software.
Registry Entries for ODBC Components
And while it’s probably safe to read the registry to register odbc what drivers are installed, the documented say to get the list of drivers is:. By using the self-registering feature of the ODBC driver, you are ensured that the proper registry entries are created. You can find more rregister the odbcconf command at Miscrosoft Docs. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
To customize the names of your bit and bit versions of the ODBC driver, open register odbc command prompt and rename them as follows where custom-name is a meaningful string such as your rsgister name: They have some documentation on how to build bootstrapper bundles here. The simplest way to do this is to use registet self-registering capability of the ODBC driver. I followed the idea posted above by creating a installer that will install the odbc driver first and register odbc continue install mine.
To view these entries, you must be using a bit version of regedit. If you are building an register odbc program for your end users, you should make the same registry settings.
Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build register odbc career. I failed to register the SqlLite odbc dll on both 32 and 64 bit windows OS.