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Loading to excel / odbc ''specified DSNcontains an architecture mismatch

Hi ,

I am using data services to export some records to excell .

I get the following error message below .It looks like something is not really suppoprted ... but we are talking about ODBC and therefore I am a bit surprised that it dos not work .

The message says that ''The specified DSNcontains an architecture mismatch between the Driver and Application>''

I have got DATA SERVICES 12.2.3.0 , The excell driver version used is 14.00.4760.1000 ( should be a 2010 driver)... and the xls file used in the tragte had been produced with 2003.

The file can be imported in the datastore via ODBC in the datastore and the data viewer show the records in the xls file .

Any thought is welcome 😊

FULL ERROR MESSAGE:

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826813148 CON-120302 13/12/2011 12:43:14

ODBC call <SQLDriverConnect> for data source <Ticketing_macro2> failed: <[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] The specified DSN8268 13148 CON-120302 13/12/2011 12:43:14 contains an architecture mismatch between the Driver and Application>. Notify Customer Support.8268 13148 CON-120302 13/12/2011 12:43:14|Session New_Job38

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 02:07 PM

    Hello,

    please also see following thread:

    sap-hana-client-windows-32bit

    Tomas

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 02:03 PM

    Hello,

    I've seen this error before - it was caused by using 32bit application with 64bit client. However it can be caused by opposite situation as well. Please check if your application (probably Data Services in your case) is 32bit or 64bit and then install same type of SAP HANA client.

    Tomas

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 04:33 AM

    HI,

    Have you resolved this problem. If not please let me know.

    Regards,

    Manoj.

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      Yep this one has been resolved ... i thought that I had closed it . In fact right now I am still not able to load records into an excell spreadsheet via ODBC : I have created a NEW POST "Loading to excel:database engine cannot open the file '(unknown)'. Posted: Dec 13, 2011 6:46 PM "

      1-I have got DATA SERVICES 12.2.3.0 , The excell driver version used is 6.00 on both machines...++

      2-Both dsn have been set on the client and server and are identical++

      3-The xls files have been created with 2003 and has got the xls extension only ( NOT xlsx)

      4-The range names are visible and appear like table as expected in the datastore++

      5-The few test records entered in the excel worbook and part of the name range t are clearly visible with the data viewer.

      6-The file is granted everyone + read and write

      7-The file is located in C:\

      8-Set "Read only" only for ODBC connection

      9-Tried options ... in Excel then In the Tools menu: selected Share Workbook.->Select the Editing tab->Allow changes by more than one user at the same time.

      Same error :

      FULL ERROR MESSAGE:FULL ERROR MESSAGE:1584 4868 CON-120302 13/12/2011 17:14:56 ODBC call <SQLDriverConnect> for data source <Excel_sysWOW64> failed: <MicrosoftODBC Excel Driver The Microsoft Jet

      1584 4868 CON-120302 13/12/2011 17:14:56 database engine cannot open the file '(unknown)'. It is already opened exclusively by another user, or you need permission to

      Thanks

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