Querying Progress 9.0 Via Microsoft Sql Server

Posted on 2005-05-10
Last Modified: 2010-03-19
Hi, I'm trying to find a way to make a query from microsoft sql server to an database in progress 9.0.

Is there a way to do it via M.Sql ?

I installed datadirect 4.0 but i have an error when i try to connect via M.Sql with the DTS (data transformation service) of the enterprise manager.

Thx for the help

Question by:romston69
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    Accepted Solution

    What is the error ?
    As long it is an proper ODBCC driver you shouldn't have a proplem. Have you created the ODBC correctly ?

    Author Comment

    Thx, the problem was with the connexion :)

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