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I would like to access mysql database from delphi using system dsn(odbc) under a 64 bits terminal server.  It works fine with user dsn.  Also is it possible not to use odbc and connect directly.
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Did you check these components?
http://delphi.about.com/od/mysql/tp/aatpmysql.htm
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I use the MySql Components, very easy to use.  Thanks
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