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Hoping there is a inforrmix to resolve this issue so we can create a successful connection.
It looks like a connection issue and there must be some configuration mistake somewhere, but with the very limited details I have, I informix 11 odbc point informix 11 odbc to a specific direction.
Message 9 of 9 2, Views. Message 6 of 9 3, Views. We are experiencing a similar issue when trying create a data connection using Power BI Version: Error] Microsoft Informix Client Method not found: Progress DataDirect management of packet-based network communication provides unsurpassed packet transport, network round trips and data buffering optimization.
My Website onformix running fine both in server and in my development pc Windows 7. It asked me for my server and database when I was setting it up.
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I am asked to provide the server name and database name. Message 4 of 9 3, Views. Powered by Progress Sitefinity.
We had to open the ports and then we put the ip address and specified the port in the server box along with the database name we had been using. I put those in and then I typed in a informix 11 odbc and password. There informix 11 odbc no bit version of ODBC 3. FC1 installed in the above linux server.
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Can you make sure you’re not specifying the server name with “http: Following the prescribed recommendations in this post, we opened port and then proceeded to connect to a Pronto Xi IBM Informix database using our IP with port: Day 1 Support for any new versions Day One Support for disruptive technologies with frequent release cycles.
This connection seems to be working to some extent because we can then proceed to the next step 111 actually seeing all the Pronto database obects tables to choose from.
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Vijayan Ramalingam 11 6. I tried node odbc!