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This seem to be new ODBC version. You can’t send private messages. General Forum Members Points: You can’t delete other posts. But apparently the vendor’s Install program requires the other provider.
Then I came across this provider that was just released.
This is your clue but it has two parts 1. You can’t edit your own events. I mean, I can unit test that Keep up to date – daily newsletter:.
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Configuring Connection Strings
Originally Posted by mtl Results 1 to 12 of 12 Thread: The Provider cannot be found because nobody ever installed it. You can’t edit other events.
I thought, may be this is part of Native Client update. There’s a download-link for it – but as said, so far we didn’t use it in our client-apps because it so far doesn’t come pre-installed This is microsoft’s own oledb provider that we use.
We just ran into a problem when a vendor tried to install an application on our production instance of SQL Server EE 64 bit. Thank you so much for replying! And it may be a solution, although we do have SQLNCLI already present and it works fine for our distributed queries, just not for the vendor’s new application.
Look in the task manager to get the paths 2. You can’t vote in polls.
Mar 31 at 1: Maybe you missed the answer in post 3? It’s for our legacy applications. You can’t post new topics.
Error : OLEDB provider SQLOLEDB has not been installed or is not valid.. | The Forums
The new provider will be updated with the most recent server features going forward. On the good news, we started moving to native client while ago and now we’re making a push to eliminate oledb. But we still have legacy components in the field that want TLS 1.
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