The solution chosen depends on your particular situation - which versions of Altium Design Software you are using, and which version of Microsoft Office you currently have installed. Could not retrieve the table information for the connection manager 'Excel Connection Manager'. As Andreas Marschall wrote in his post above, it is possible to install the Access Database Engine in the passive mode. On the old server we set it to use the traditional xls-format instead, and that worked but produces horribly big files. In other words, designers need 32-bit database drivers, while Automation service needs 64-bit database drivers. You can't install 32bit and 64bit parts of office on the same machine.
I have installed the Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable and ran the queries you mentioned above. I am displaying my lack of understanding of drivers. Download and install the 32bit version of the. However, when Office 2010 32-bit is natively installed and the user tries to install the 64-bit version of the Microsoft Access Database Engine, he or she might still get an error regarding the registration of the proper drivers on the local machine. In this case, process is w3wp. I started by installing the 64-bit.
Any idea what I need to do to get this to work for both 32 and 64-bit? If you have Office 2013 32-bit installed, the designers will encode version 15. Did this author and everyone else know to specify executable paths and use a different syntax? When you use 32-bit designers to create labels or Automation configuration, the connection string also encodes the version of data provider. I'm having trouble finding documentation on these components. If 64-bit Office 2010 is installed, the must be installed. How do I create a Microsoft Data Link file with a.
I mean, it's their own software. When I try to connect with a database, I hit this error. Then I tried to install Visio 2010 64-bit and it wouldn't let me, displaying a message saying: ------------------- You cannot install the 64-bit version of Office 2010 because you have 32-bit Office products installed. However on the production win2003 server, with the same versions of access runtime engine installed, only about 6000 rows get written to the excel file. In general — and overwhelmingly — the recommended Office install is 32 bit. The Excel version in the Connection Manager is Microsoft Excel 2007 xlsx. I always get a error when the file is still in use.
If it is Office 2010, is it 32bit or 64bit? S thanks to everyone that helped me at my original thread: i did give up and tried storing to text files, but oh my god was that a bad choice! Previously Excel 2007 imported fine, but Office 2010 x64 required uninstall of all 2007 x32 components. I noticed that the version there is 14. Note: The Microsoft Office 12. Yeah, I don't think it's that simple. I have a web app with an excel file embedded in the app. Database Libraries DbLibs are a popular and powerful component management solution. Admittedly I am typing this without yet having tried it and so just recalling my past linking attempts to an Access table.
Automation Builder the application to configure your trigger always runs as 32-bit application, while Automation service auto-determines the Windows system version and runs as 32-bit or 64-bit. If a dialog box appears, follow the instructions to remove the program. I tried to install Accessdatabaseengine. If you are I have a web app with an excel file embedded in the app. Is this the right forum i can post my question? Trust me, we've tried to educate users that 64-bit Office is largely unnecessary, to no avail.
If you already installed the 64bit version then you first need to remove it. Anything you can help on this matter, will be greatly appreciated. This can be checked from the Folder shortcut menu. Any updates please let me know and I'm glad to help you. If you have 32-bit Microsoft Office, then install Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable 64-bit and vice-versa. This resolved the problem for me, but caused another one. When I run the app on the development machine which has Office 2010 installed it works fine.
So open Access once and then close it and try again. I tried to load the 2007 32 bit. A further issue is that non-legacy software will sometimes install the 64-bit drivers as they should , and the two versions simply do not coexist in any reasonable manner. We currently have a major issue using Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010. I recently got a new laptop and had to go through the ritual of reinstalling all my programs and drivers. My installer program detects the 2013 32 bit office and installes the 32 bit accessdatabase engine. In such a case, even though the user has a valid Office installation on his or her machine, the application may still display an error regarding the installation or the registration of the proper drivers on the local machine.
As a general word processing, spreadsheet or database management system -To be used as a way to create files. Now we have a new guy in the town. Eventually, some other component is going to clash with your setup otherwise. So I have 64-bit office for that reason. I'm frustrated and thinking I will have to write a script to insert these thousands of rows manually. Pipeline: Validation phase is beginning. The driver is available in both 32 bit and 64 bit versions.
As computers come off the assembly line with 64-bit versions installed, we're unable to keep up with support requests when our software breaks something. To do so, download the desired AccessDatabaseEngine. In this scenario, the 2007 Microsoft Access Database Engine can be installed. I am using local administrator account for the task and it has highest privilege in my systems. Can I couple it with Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable? Mahalakshmi S, If you're receiving an error message during the installationcould you please share? I just got a new computer I went from Windows Vista to Windows 7. Is there anything they would miss from the 32-bit 2007 version? I assume it is installed into the machine with Office 32.