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Rich Shepard schreef op 19/01/2015 om 20:40:
On Mon, 19 Jan 2015, Rich Shepard wrote:

LO-4.3.5, unixODBC-2.3.2, and sqliteodbc-0.9991, and sqlite-3.8.8 on
Slackware-14.1. I use the build scripts provided on, except for sqliteodbc which I built with the usual configure; make; make install.

Some progress has been made. The sticking point now is Base not seeing the
DSN or driver. Deleted the existing .odb and started over; here are the
steps and the results:

  1.  File -> New -> Base.
2. Connect to an existing database; choose ODBC from dropdown list. Next.
  3.  Set up connection to the ODBC database (which I thought established
      the DSN): 'Browse' offers two choice: SQLite and the SQLite3 .db
      file name. I select the latter. Next.
did you tested the connection ? (button right under)
  4.  Ignore user authentification. Next.
5. Save and proceed: accept defaults of registering database and opening
    the database for editing. Finish.
  6.  Assign an .odb filename and Save.

  See this error message:

"The connection to the data source '<filename>' could not be established.
  "[unixODBC][Driver Manager] Data source name not found, and no driver

I thought the DSN was specified in step 3, above. In /etc/unixodbc.ini is
Description = SQLite3 ODBC Driver
Driver      = /usr/local/lib/
Setup       = /usr/local/lib/
Threading   = 2

  What am I doing incorrectly here?


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