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12-13-2005 @ 1:26 PM
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Does anyone know how to add Pervasive.SQL or Timberline to CF server via ODBC or JDBC drivers?

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01-06-2006 @ 1:09 PM
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Hi, did you get an answer on this?
We have a Pervasive Database at work and I would like to be able to access it from ColdFusion.
Now, I don't know how to create a DSN at the Coldfusion Administrator or how to access it without the DSN, just the database.

Any help?

thanks

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01-06-2006 @ 1:09 PM
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Hi, did you get an answer on this?
We have a Pervasive Database at work and I would like to be able to access it from ColdFusion.
Now, I don't know how to create a DSN at the Coldfusion Administrator or how to access it without the DSN, just the database.

Any help?

thanks

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01-06-2006 @ 3:16 PM
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My company is looking at paying Pervasive to assist us in loading their JDBC drivers.

After I have it completed. I will post a message here as to where to find information on connecting Pervazive SQL to Cold Fusion.

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01-06-2006 @ 3:20 PM
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I found a solution: I linked an Access database to the pervasive one. By doing this, I can query that access DB, which is only an image of the pervasive one.

I'm doing testing now. I'll let you know.

Write me at daniel@jet-tech.com

dani

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02-08-2006 @ 5:51 PM
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I found out that my client's Timberline vendor is working on the same process. I was giving information on scheduling a Data Transfermation Service in MS SQL.

He did recommend updating Sage's ODBC driver to 9.02.55.20 if you have not do so.



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