Not enough values for host variables: I have little knowledge, Could you tell me how to do it? Skip to main content. Marked as answer by Arie Roos Monday, July 9, Edited by Arie Roos Thursday, July 5, 7: Remove From My Forums. This page location is:
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I had a situation just now that requires 2 different versions of Oracle to run 2 different applications. Fri, 11 July How to create Oracle database using Php code?
Has anybody the same problem or an idea what it is? Note that sometimes ist rather tricky to use the corrent bitness of the ODBC administration.
Sqlsate seems speciied if you use ‘any cpu’ or x64 and you create an odbc connection it searches in the x64 section of de odbc drivers. I copied a tnsnames. Ultralite sync error message truncated. Wed, 18 March I have noticed that this happens on 64 bits computer, but I’ve also seen that this not happens on all 64 bits computers.
Did this KB document help you? Bar to add a line break simply add two spaces specofied where you would like the new line to be. If you like to have both bitnesses installed, it should work to re-run the setup say, from the “Software” control panel topicand use “Add components” or whatever this is worded exactly to add the bit components.
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I have exactly the same problem. If this post is helpful please click Mark as Helpful. Edited by Arie Roos Thursday, July 5, 7: Compiling it under x86 is working.
If you do not want to use the installed SQL Anywhere bit components and just want to use the bit components, then I think it’s easiest to uninstall SQL Anywhere 12 and just install the bit components.
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Feedback Did this KB document help you? Sybase or windows Mobilink Synchronization Error There is no upload data script. I use a 32 odbc driver. Try the 32 bit ODBC 32 bit driver.
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We have installed two driver versions: See this forum discussion I discovered that the oracle 8i path variable was im0033 the oracle 10g path variable in the path statement. But the problem still exists. I received the “Specified driver could not be loaded due to system error ” error message when trying to run the app that requires oracle 10g.
Marked as answer by Arie Roos Monday, July 9, Turn on more accessible mode. Thanks for the help! If you compile the source with ‘any cpu’ which I always did it now creates this message.
Install the 32 bit client then use odbcad Opinions expressed here are those of the poster and do not necessarily reflect the views of the company.