So now that there is more than one occurrence of this can we not get the shortbus redirect to MSDN? Can we get a Support Engineer take a serious look at why upon upgrading to Win 10 the operating system removes ODBC queries?
Jan 06, 2017 ODBC Administrator tool displays both the. The 32-bit ODBC Administrator tool is used for Windows. Use 32-bit drivers. Similarly, the 32-bit ODBC. ODBC stands for Open Database Connectivity. This is an API that acts as a bridge between your operating system and database management system such as MySQL.
I'm sure future users would like to know this information before upgrading or maybe even Microsoft can fix before they do. For some of your users, particularly smaller offices, the work of many falls on one and having to go back and recreate your work is very time consuming and costly. Imagine that upon installation of the upgrade a consequence is that your local Word documents are all deleted. For some of your users their queries are far more valuable than a document and should be treated as such.
Hi Joshua, We apologize for the inconvenience. After the upgrade, you may have to reinstall your drivers or software. They may either get corrupted or incompatible. Even when you have the option of keeping files during the upgrade not all your files get saved. This is entirely dependent on where you store your important documents. Therefore, it has always been recommended to keep a backup of all your important documents before making any changes to the system. I would suggest you post this query on MSDN Forums as suggested by the support engineer, since these forums deals with such issues and can give you a brief explanation on this problem.
Regards, Jesinta Rozario.