DECS Administartor Error

Posted on 2000-03-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
I am trying to connect to MSSQL 6.5 from Note 5.  I have created a DSN on the Notes server.  I can connect to the SQL Server from the MSQuery tool using the DSN.  I can also connect successfully to the SQL Server using Notes test tool NLCTEST.exe.  When I try to create a connection to SQL Server using the DECS Administator I receive this error:
Error:  [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Unable to connect to data source, Connector 'odbc2' (67) at line 276

Any ideas?
Question by:bsmith11
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Microsoft's ODBC drivers are not supported by the DECS Administrator.  I had to use Intersolve's ODBC drivers for SQL Server to make a connection that worked in the DECS Administrator.

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I have refunded your points on this question and answered it so it can be moved to the PAQ list.

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From where can I get the Intersolve's ODBC drivers ?

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