2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 1, 2018 5:10 PM by user13123110

    Need a 32-bit ODBC Data Source

    user13123110

      I've recently moved from Windows 7 (64-bit) & Microsoft Office 15 (64-bit) to Windows 10 (64-bit) & Microsoft Office 16 (32-bit).  I previously had a 64-bit ODBC DSN that worked for both SQL Developer and MS Access, as all platforms/applications were 64-bit.  I now have a 64-bit ODBC DSN that works fine for SQL Developer but not for MS Access any longer as that is 32-bit.  I try to create an ODBC DSN under ODBC Data Source Administrator (32-bit) and after selecting the Microsoft ODBD for Oracle, I get the following error.  How can I get the 32-bit data source added that I need for MS Access 32-bit while not messing up the 64-bit data source that I need for SQL Developer?  With any luck this is a quick fix...?