I have a 32 bit corporate application running on a WIndows 2008 server. I have modified the registry keys for both the hkey_local_machine\software\ODBC and hkey_local_machine\software\WOW6432Node folders to ensure the MS Access Driver is pointing to the 32 bit Oracle driver installed. I have created the System DSN to point to the Oracle 32 bit driver as well.
The driver and setup in each of these folders has:
I have attached screen shots of the error messages I am getting in MS Access. I believe the issue is that MS Access is still pointing to the 64 bit driver. I am getting an architecture mismatch error between application and driver.
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