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comment MySQL ADO.NET Connector & MSSQL Integration Services
Just delete them. Do you not have that option. Would be lovely to know if you accomplish this, and how....I gave up and moved on with my life ignoring its existence until I have found a better way.
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comment SSIS DSN Not Showing as ODBC Data Source
Do you think this "ODBC System DSN Warning" message that pops up when I open up the 64 bit version of the ODBC Data Source Administrator (odbcad32.exe) has something to do with this? I get that its just a warning and others have been successful creating a DSN however I can't get that far because the MySQL ODBC driver does not show up in the list of drivers available.
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comment SSIS DSN Not Showing as ODBC Data Source
Im running SQL server 2012 64 Bit. Visual Studio 2010...they were installed during the same installation.
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comment SSIS DSN Not Showing as ODBC Data Source
Im on a 64 bit machine and have tried to install and use both the 32 bit and 64 bit connectors. Right now I only have the 64 bit installed but both odbcad32.exe files exist in both the syswow64 and the system32 folders. The latter I am assuming is left over from the 32 bit installation.
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comment SSIS DSN Not Showing as ODBC Data Source
@BrianAdkins...right, at least some progress has been made. Definitely named them uniquely. My problem now is that I tried to create a DSN using the odbcad32.exe that is in the SysWOW64 folder...it first tells me I do not have permissions (my account has admin rights). I read to ignore and try creating the DSN anyway...only problem the MySQL ODBC drivers are not in the list of options?
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comment SSIS DSN Not Showing as ODBC Data Source
Where I am even more confused is that the User DSN shows in the ODBC selection list...however, it won't connect. Gives yet another error even though connect test is successful when setting up the User DSN.
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comment SSIS DSN Not Showing as ODBC Data Source
yeah...there is an odbcad32.exe file in each of the folders mentioned. For what I am trying to do (sync a MSSQL view with MySQL) ODBC the best choice? Should I be looking at the .net drive for mysql instead? Also...maybe the problem is that even after uninstalling both drivers the files you mentioned are still there...maybe a conflict?
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comment SSIS DSN Not Showing as ODBC Data Source
Go Tech! (Atlanta Native) I have tried both 32 and 64 separately and also installed alongside each other. I am definitely using the 64 bit driver on a 64 bit machine assuming. However I started testing with the 32 bit when I read that BIDS didnt support the 64 bit drivers and was thinking that may be my issue as well.
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