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Odbc Firebird

Hi,

I create a ODBC Firebird for connect qlikview with ".fdb"; I downloaded driver odbc firebird 2.0.4, but I tried also with 2.0.3 and 2.0.1 but when I tried "connection test" I have this message "file database is not found"...

I don't understand; Could sameone help me?

Thank you in advance.

Regards.

William

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kevinstrit
New Contributor II

Re: Odbc Firebird

Good luck!

I cannot get any of the Firebird ODBC working.

v1.2, v2, 32 bit or 64 bit.

gabriel_as
New Contributor III

Re: Odbc Firebird

kevinstrit
New Contributor II

Re: Odbc Firebird

Qlik en Español

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sli
Valued Contributor II

Re: Odbc Firebird

Excellent point Kevin!

gabriel_as‌ thank you for taking the time to respond to this question. You might consider posting the text to the thread you are linking to (in English) for these other members as it may be helpful for finding a solution to this problem.

Let me know if you need any assistance,

Sara

gabriel_as
New Contributor III

Re: Odbc Firebird

I take advantage of a thread that already exists, even though it is in Spanish the Qlik community platform can present it translated into English, I also have no problem if the publication is not approved

kevinstrit
New Contributor II

Re: Odbc Firebird

Hi Gabriel

I will be happy to get the message in Spanish.

My problem is that I cannot get to that thread. It is in a closed group.

If you can copy and paste here, it will help.

Thanks and regards

Kevin

kevinstrit
New Contributor II

Re: Odbc Firebird

This may help?

Firebird Database

gabriel_as
New Contributor III

Re: Odbc Firebird

The steps would be:

-Install 32bit driver

- Follow the steps to make the ODBC connection "Conexión ODBC con Pyme CS.pdf" PDF

- In W8 or above you must enter Control Panel - Administrative Tools - ODBC Data Sources (32 bits) and add the "Firebird / InterBase (r) driver" from the list

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-in QV connect by selecting "Force 32 Bit"

   + Get in script:

          ODBC CONNECT32 TO connectionFB;

          (Where "connectionFB" is the name you gave to the connection from the Administrative Tools)

     + Do query:

          select * from myBase;


Note:

Personally I did not work with driver for 64 bits, only with 32 bits

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