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Dec 05, 2014 at 07:33 PM. Unless you are using PB 12.6 and deploying 64-bit, PowerBuilder apps are 32-bit so need to use the 32-bit drivers for any database they are connecting to. The 32-bit driver for dBase should be installed by default when Windows was first installed on the machine.

Software solution designed to enable ODBC-based applications to connect to FoxPro, dBase and other types of databases saved to the DBF format

What's new in ODBC Driver for xBase 3.1.1:

  • MSI installer for deploying through GPO is added
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ODBC Driver for xBase is designed to enhance the functionality of ODBC-based applications by making it possible for them to access DBF databases, such as FoxPro and dBase.

This software solution enables programs to interact with databases directly, without requiring additional libraries. The intention is to improve the quality of reliability of your applications, as well as simplify the deployment process, as it will not be necessary to bundle additional client software.

ODBC Driver for xBase offers advanced data conversion mechanisms that support bi-directional mapping between xBase and ODBC data types. The driver can be used with Visual FoxPro, FoxPro 2, dBaselll-dBase10 and many other DBF file formats.

Support is provided for ODBC API functions and ODBC data types, as well as advanced connection string parameters. Desktop and web applications can connect to xBase from any environment and platform that supports ODBC.

The driver is compatible with a number of popular third-party data analysis tools, including Microsoft Excel, and it integrates IDEs and systems such as Visual Studio.

After installing the software, ODBC Driver for xBase can be set up by launching the ODBC Data Source Administrator and creating a new data source. Once you have configured everything, you can run a connection test to ensure everything is in order.

Limitations in the unregistered version

  • 30-day trial period

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Download the ODBC driver from the ServiceNow Knowledge Base and install the driver for the first time.

You must have administrator-level access for the Windows computer onto which you want to install the ODBC driver.

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If this is the first time the driver is installed, the installer is in first time installation mode and prompts for the driver to be installed. Install only one version of the ODBC driver on a computer. If the ODBC driver was previously installed, the installer is in upgrade mode and prompts for removal of the previous driver first.

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  1. To download the latest ODBC drivers, click the following links:
    • 1.0.14_01 (32 bit) download
    • 1.0.14_01 (64 bit) download
  2. Download the ODBC driver version compatible with your computer's operating system and the application you are using to query the database.
    The ODBC driver is available as 32-bit or 64-bit. Most applications require the 32-bit ODBC driver even if the operating system is 64-bit.
  3. Right-click the executable and select Run as Administrator to launch the installer.
    The ODBC Driver Setup Wizard appears.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Read and accept the End User License Agreement.
  6. The installer prompts for the Installation Directory. Select the target directory for installing the ServiceNow ODBC driver.
    The default directory is C:Program FilesService-nowODBC.
  7. The installer prompts for the Service Name. Enter a name to identify the service (for example, ServiceNow_ODBC) and press Next.
  8. The installer prompts for the Java Virtual Machine Location.
    • Browse to and select the directory where the jvm.dll file is located (usually C:Program FilesJavajre<version>binserver).
    • If you do not want to enter the JRE location at the time of the installation, click Next.
      On the popup window, click Yes to enter the JRE location now, or click No to enter the JRE location later.
      Important: You must specify the JRE location before the ODBC driver will work. After the installation, you can access the Management console as an administrator and navigate to Services > <Service_Name> > Service Settings > IP Parameters and enter the JRE location in the ServiceJVMLocation property.
    Tip: For the configuration of a Java service, ServiceNow strongly recommends using the server jvm.dll file from the Java Development Kit (JDK).
  9. The installer prompts for the ODBC Data Source details. Specify the following parameters, which are required to create an ODBC data source that can be used to create a DSN.
    • Data Source Name: A short name to identify this data source.
    • Description: A short description of the driver. The driver's version number is appended to the end of this value.
    • Service Name: Enter the same Service Name entered at step 7.
    • Service Data Source: The name that can be selected in the Service Data Source field of the ODBC Administrator.
  10. Select the Program Folder to create links for the driver. This is the program folder that appears under the Start menu.
    The installation creates the following links in the menu.
    • Interactive SQL (ODBC): An interactive SQL command window for directly testing SQL statements.
    • Management Console: A Microsoft MMC snap-in for configuring default properties for the ODBC driver.
    • ODBC Administrator: A Microsoft ODBC Administrator program.

    A progress bar appears.

  11. When prompted, click Finish to complete the installation.